Trailing a Thief
After almost $100,000 worth of cattle were missing from 1 ranch over a 2-week period, Special Ranger Bart Perrier stood ready as a Tulsa news crew interviewed the victim, Watson Langford. “It’s a real shame, to be honest with you. It just sickens your stomach,” Langford said to viewers about the thefts.
Cattle industry urges against mandatory ID
Tri State Livestock News
Cattle producers, veterinarians, salebarn operators and others involved in the cattle industry encouraged the federal government not to implement any kind of mandatory individual identification for feeder cattle 18 months of age and younger.
Shutting the gate before the cows get out
It’s not useful to shut the gate after the cattle have gotten out. The same is true about misinformation. That’s why your checkoff works to keep the misinformation “gate” closed.
Limiting Livestock Access to Ponds Best for Bass & Bovines
As both a cattleman and manager of one of the country’s largest fish farms, Matt Flynt is responsible for hundreds of cattle, millions of fish, thousands of acres of water, and miles of levees in central Arkansas. His livelihood relies on water quality. So when it comes time to let the cows drink, he can’t afford to muddy the waters.
How Australian beef cattle are being used to create heart valves and save lives
Cattle from Queensland and northern New South Wales are proving to be a key ingredient in a medical technology that is saving the lives of heart patients who might otherwise have died a slow death. It is all thanks to a delicate tissue from the sac that sits around cows’ hearts, which would otherwise be discarded to render.
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A Steak in Genomics
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Composting offers commonsense option of disposing of dead stock.
Usually, farm and ranch kids learn early about the circle of life. When you’re raised around livestock, there can be many opportunities to witness births of animals and deaths. Kids learn that despite good husbandry practices, some newborn calves don’t survive, and cattle of all ages can and do die from the effects of disease and injury.