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Making quality hay when the sun don't shine

This season's moderate to heavy rainfall from the Midwest and Ohio Valley to the central Appalachians and Carolinas has presented numerous challenges for farmers putting up hay. The added moisture has prevented plant maturity and cutting at proper time. FULL STORY »

Study shows Brahman, crossbred influence receive higher premium

Data from a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service South Texas study shows Brahman and British crossbred cattle add significant value to breeding stock in South Texas and performed best in terms of sale price. FULL STORY »

DFM for rumen health Play video

Megasphaera elsdenii is an anaerobic bacteria that metabolizes lactic acid in the rumen of beef and dairy cattle reducing the risk of acidosis and other digestive problems. FULL STORY »

Cooking with beef: Texas beef brisket

Want to please a crowd without breaking the bank? Try this easy beef brisket recipe and keep em' coming back for more. FULL STORY »

Beef Briefs July 2014

The U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance, funded in part by your beef checkoff, recently announced that they will begin looking for the new “Faces of Farming & Ranching.” To help put a real face on agriculture, in early September, USFRA will select standout farmers and ranchers who are proud of what they do, FULL STORY »

Did You Know ... Millennial moms

Research indicates that 68 percent of millennial moms will purchase food products that they see featured in YouTube videos. With that in mind, the checkoff is distributing “no-recipe recipe” videos – on the “Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner.” YouTube page – to provide ideas and creativity for preparing beef. FULL STORY »

Beef, saturated fats and heart health

A new research study, funded by the beef checkoff and the National Institutes of Health-supported Penn State General Clinical Research Center, published in the June 19, 2014 issue of Journal of Human Hypertension, shows that a heart-healthy diet that includes lean beef can reduce risk factors for heart disease. FULL STORY »

Cattle health during the dog days of summer: Footrot

Summertime: Bulls are turned out with spring calving females on pasture for breeding, stocker cattle enjoy their last stop on grass before transitioning into the feedyard, and bred fall cows spend their days grazing without a care in the world – it’s almost like paradise. FULL STORY »

Setting the record straight on 'Waters of the U.S.'

There’s been some confusion about EPA’s proposed “Waters of the U.S.” rule under the Clean Water Act, especially in the agriculture community, and we want to make sure you know the facts, recently blogged Nancy Stoner, EPA acting assistant administrator for water. FULL STORY »

Cow-calf production/marketing alternatives with limited forage

Most all of Oklahoma received considerable rain from late May into early July. This resulted in much needed forage growth in all regions, including some of the worst drought areas. FULL STORY »

Follow BQA guidelines when treating and selling cows

Summer time often brings a few infectious ailments to beef cows. Common problems include eye infections and foot rot. Treatment of affected cows will often involve the use of antibiotics. FULL STORY »

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