Circle T Ranch Proves that agriculture and urban commerce can thrive next to each other.
Ellen H. Brisendine
Hillwood Land and Cattle sits north of Fort Worth, surrounded by Fortune 500 corporate headquarters, highways and homes. The ranch entity known as Circle T is part of the land owned by the Perot family and is managed by Mark Baker and his team of ranch professionals.
Acorn Poisoning in Cattle
North Carolina Cooperative Extension
I know there are many people out there, like myself, who enjoy the cooler temperatures of fall. Even the livestock in the fields and pastures enjoy the annual escape from the oppressive summer heat. But with the cooling of the season, there are a few dangers for our pasture animals that need to be avoided.
Feet, Legs and Welfare
Lameness in cattle is defined as any leg or foot problem or abnormality that affects an animal’s gait and behavior.
Budgeting isn’t just for Dave Ramsey
Every beef producer knows the worry of trying to have enough forage to last the winter. “Forage budgeting is for any producers who have beef cattle,” said Brian Pugh, Oklahoma State University northeast area agronomist. “It’s great whether you’re new to cattle or have been in the business for 20 years.”
What You Don’t Hear About Animal Care
Hoosier AG Today
Here is a little experiment. Type the phrase “animal care dairy” into your favorite search engine. Then open a second tab in your browser and type the phrase “animal cruelty dairy.” Then compare the two lists of results. One will have links to articles about how dairy farmers are caring for their animals and how animal care is a top priority for most producers.
Second Beef Checkoff Notice Expected this Month
"The only point of agreement by all the groups that I’ve talked to about this … is ‘we need more money in the system’," Vilsack said. " I’ve got the power to create an avenue for additional money, I’m going to use that power unless the industry says … we’ve come to an understanding, this is how we would like it done."
Mechanism of tenderness in distillers grains-fed cattle
Chris R. Calkins and Michael D. Chao
The National Provisioner
In a recent University of Nebraska study, beef from cattle fed a high concentration of wet distillers grains plus solubles (WDGS) was more tender than beef from cattle fed corn only. To understand why, muscle and lipid properties of meat from the different diets were characterized.