Check Corn for Mycotoxins
To properly blend mycotoxin contaminated corn, Thaler said it is essential to know exactly how much mycotoxin and what type is in the grain. To properly sample your grain, take samples from several different locations in the bin or load, and then send them in a cloth bag to a certified lab for analysis.
Fed Cattle Hit Record Highs for Two Consecutive Weeks
Cash fed cattle prices eclipsed last week’s all-time record by posting gains of $3 to $4 per hundredweight this week. Packers came into the market early and often this week in an attempt to fill orders.
Webinar Considers Herd Expansion
Glynn Tonsor, Kansas State University livestock economist, will offer perspective on the prospect of herd expansion in 2014 as part of the hour-long, quarterly Beef Cattle Economics Webinar Nov. 5.
Stevens County ranch has the Belgian Blues
Garden City Telegram
Across these prairie pastures in southwest Kansas, the Kinsers’ cattle graze — but not the typical ones most see along Kansas roadways. These animals are chiseled like body builders. Their massive muscles explode on their frames.
FDA Releases Proposed Animal Feed Rule Under FSMA
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration Friday announced a proposed rule under the Food Safety Modernization Act aimed at strengthening the safety of food for animals, including pet food and animal feed.
State eyes regional economic impact from cattle losses
Butte County Post
Three weeks after the Oct. 4 and 5 disaster, the economic impact on ranchers and their families – like the livestock death toll – remains a climbing estimate.
The latest on bull selection
The Wichita Eagle
A herd bull is a key investment for cattle producers and several factors come into consideration when deciding on which one is best for an operation, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts.