Supplement Boosts Operation’s Conception Rates by 15%
In a 1935 effort to help ranchers hit hard by the Dust Bowl, the U.S. government bought 547 head of Hereford cattle in Arizona and New Mexico, and shipped them to the Seminole reservation in Florida.
Lameness – Identification and treatment important for public perception
As cattle navigate across pastures or fields, frozen ground or muddy conditions due to winter precipitation can set in motion the opportunity for injury or infections in the foot. Identifying affected cattle, as well as determining the cause and best course of action are essential not only for animal welfare, but also to keep cattle performance on track.
Damien Mason: What Agriculture Can Learn from the N.R.A.
I, along with 5 million other Americans, am a member of the National Rifle Association. That number is debatable, by the way – NRA’s detractors say the organization isn’t as large as it reports itself to be.