Baxter Black, DVM: Do It Yourself Kit
This notice was found on the side of a first calf heifer at the sale barn:
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ASSEMBLY
- Remove calf from shipping crate. The shipping container is equipped with an automatic unloading device. If, for some reason, this unloading device jams proceed to step 2.
Brazilian beef exports keep on growing
Global Meat News
Brazil’s rising beef exports show burgeoning meat demand has outweighed any lingering concerns from the rotten meat scandal.
3 things a solid transition plan should accomplish
The dynamics of multi-generation ranching operations are complex, but without regular meetings and a concrete plan in place, is the business doomed?
What Would NAFTA Withdrawal Cost Farmers?
Just as negotiators made their way to Montreal, Canada for round six of talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), a new study was released outlining the cost of withdrawal for the 10 states that benefit the most from the trade deal. Farmers For Free Trade, a non-profit group comprised of several commodity groups including the National Pork Producers council, released a new study called The NAFTA Withdrawal Tax. In it, the group outlines how much life without NAFTA would cost farmers and the economy.
Test your forage quality IQ
At the recent Western Alfalfa and Forage Symposium in Reno, Nevada, participants were asked to respond to a clicker survey-quiz, as presented by forage specialists Glenn Shewmaker (University of Idaho), Dan Putnam (University of California – Davis) and Shannon Mueller (University of California – Fresno Extension).
Ranchers to talk advantages of raising bison
There’s apparently no better time than now to get into the bison business. The price of bison meat is on the rise at the same time that beef prices are in a slump, according to the National Bison Association. Bison are relatively simple to raise, lead long productive lives and thrive in most North American landscapes, says the Colorado-based nonprofit association of bison industry insiders and supporters.
Traceability Programs Help Meet Our Customers Needs While Adding Value to Our Beef Supply Chain
Oklahoma Farm Report
The demand for traceable cattle is on the rise as consumers both domestic and internationally are asking for more information about their food and where it comes from. Doug Stanton, vice president of Where Food Comes From, works with cattlemen and women to help them comply with verification programs that allow their beef access into the global marketplace.