Supplements help cattle producers meet herd nutritional needs
Farm and Ranch Guide
Cattle producers are in a constant search for ways to take the best care of their animals and making shrewd investments in their herd health protocols. Supplemental programs, such as Gain Smart Balancer, play an important role in meeting herd nutritional needs.
Distiller’s Dried Grains success story
Selling 50 metric tons of U.S. distiller’s dried grains with solubles may seem minor, but Javier Chávez, U.S. Grains Council Mexico marketing specialist, views those small sales to cattle and dairy producers in southeastern Mexico as the start of another big opportunity for U.S. feed grains.
Answering Tough Questions: Cattle growth hormones in drinking water?
Ashley Broocks. Emily Andreini, Megan Rolf and Sara Place
Hormones are naturally produced by the endocrine system of humans and other animals, and regulate growth, development, and reproductive processes. Plants also produce hormones, or plant regulators, which are chemical substances that influence growth and specify cell function.
Beef cattle implants: Facts, safety, economics & sustainability
Michigan State University
Cattle produces have utilized all forms of technology to increase production and reduce costs. Most producers are very good at what they do, yet several still aren’t using the highest return on investment technology available in the industry, beef cattle implants.
Tapping genetic tools – Cattle Business Weekly
The Cattle Business Weekly
With the availability of more dependable genetic information for a broader range of traits, cow-calf producers have the tools to make more informed selection decisions that influence cattle productivity and profit.
How do we build trust with our urban customers?
I often receive this question when visiting with farmers or groups of students that plan to make agriculture their choice of career. I think that deep down everyone realizes the true answer, and yet there is always that same look of hope in their eyes as they wait for my response.
Cow Nutrition: Calving to Breeding
Calving season has already started for some producers, and will be starting for most others in the near future. Nutritional management of the cow herd is more important during the periods of late pregnancy and early lactation than any other. It has a huge impact on the performance of both the cow and the newborn calf. Nutrition for the cow is important during this period because of its effect on subsequent reproductive performance.