Baxter Black, DVM: MOUSTACHE SAFETY
Moustaches have become de rigueur in certain lifestyle choices; mountain men, Arctic explorers, Fu Man Chu-ists, carnival acts like the bearded lady and cowboy poets. As we know, if something becomes popular, the government soon tries to get involved.
Collecting useful data builds profitable outcome
The beef business has often been about numbers. How many head made it to the end of the drive and market price per head were important figures to the trail boss when the railhead town was on the horizon.
Steer Clear Of Foot Rot
Dr. Ken McMillan
DTN/The Progressive Farmer
Foot rot in cattle can result from a long drought, followed by wet conditions.
U.S. and Russia Spar Over Ractopamine in Pork and Beef
Beef Cattle News
The long-running international dispute over ractopamine, a drug used to boost growth and leanness in pork and beef production, has become even more contentious in recent weeks. Russia, which is an increasingly important export market for U.S. meat products, announced it will no longer accept meat from animals raised on the drug, and it will require countries to certify that their meat is ractopamine-free.
NCTC hosts cattle lecture
Gainesville Daily Register
Cattle ranchers across Texas and the nation were on the North Central Texas College Gainesville campus Thursday and Friday to learn more about beef selection in changing times in the agriculture industry
Dick Monfort named CSU 2012 Livestock Leader
Greeley-native Dick Monfort, scion of one of the West’s most prominent cattle families, will be honored by Colorado State University’s Department of Animal Sciences as the 2012 Livestock Leader.
EPA Air Quality Changes Don’t Include ‘Farm Dust’
The Environmental Protection Agency on Friday announced changes to its national air quality standards for fine particle pollution, but retained proposed standards released earlier this year for coarse particulate matter, including "farm dust."