Angus Beef Bulletin Extra
Weaning is one of the most stressful times for calves due to health challenges and dietary changes. By managing to minimize stress at this stage, you’ll also minimize shrink and give calves the best opportunity to meet their genetic potential for growth and carcass merit later.
Cattle Diseases: The Nasty Seven
From the commercial cow herd to the feedlot, cattle diseases are a growing concern. Veterinarians are stressing the importance of keeping herd health and biosecurity top of mind, as they will have a large impact on safety and profit levels going forward.
Court halts WOTUS rule enforcement
American Farm Bureau Federation
The Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit today ordered the EPA to stop enforcement nationwide of the Waters of the United States rule. In doing so, the Cincinnati-based court recognized that this rule has serious flaws and cannot go forward until the courts have had an opportunity to understand its effect on farmers, ranchers and landowners of all kinds, American Farm Bureau Federation President Bob Stallman said in a statement.
Purdue alumni to be recognized Oct. 21
Morning AG Clips
The Purdue University Department of Animal Sciences will honor six alumni with Distinguished Animal Sciences Alumni Awards. Alumni are selected based on demonstrated excellence in industry, academia, governmental service, or other endeavors as exemplified by leadership, community service and professional accomplishments.
Prepping Livestock for Winter Feed
If you’ve been measuring your pasture growth, you have likely noticed that it doesn’t seem to be growing back as quickly. That means that, depending on how you manage at your place, soon your livestock may be eating stored forages.
Why have a calving season?
One of the most asked questions in the cattle industry in the Southern United States: If I "pull" the bulls out for part of the year, won’t I lose an opportunity to get a few calves? Should I leave the bull out with cows year-round?
Corn residue: A valuable grazing resource
Hay And Forage Grower
As combines roll, they leave behind a conglomeration of corn leaves, husks and stalks. Farmers figured out many years ago that this corn residue can provide a relatively low-cost source of nutrition for beef cows through the late fall and winter months.