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Breeding soundness exam: Insurance for your breeding season

I received this call a couple of weeks ago. I seem to receive calls similar to this one 6-8 times each year. This particular rancher had just finished getting his cows diagnosed for pregnancy. FULL STORY »

Consider strategies to compensate for drought-stressed pastures

The open winter left many producers with more hay left over than expected. Producers should consider saving some of that hay in case drought conditions continue to develop. FULL STORY »

April – Time to get ready to breed spring-calving beef heifers

April is the time for ranchers to think about the upcoming breeding season. Most cattle producers breed their cows in June so they will calve in March and April, but heifers should be bred 20 to 30 days before the rest of the herd. FULL STORY »

Considerations for spring seeded alfalfa

Long term alfalfa productivity depends on successful stand establishment. Achieving a profitable stand of alfalfa is the result proper field selection utilizing proven production practices to ensure germination and establishment. FULL STORY »

BeefTalk: Are 60 percent calving in first 21 days?

Just do it: Grab a pen and paper to calculate the percentage of cows calving in the first 21 days of the calving season. This is a very important number to record and think about as one develops management plans and reviews those plans. FULL STORY »

Making recommendations on climate change mitigation

The latest assessment of global climate change is out and scientists from around the world have recommended changes including some in agriculture, forestry and other land use designed to mitigate their effects on climate change. FULL STORY »

U.S. beef export sales continue to break market-year highs

U.S. beef export shipments continue to trend up, moving 3 percent higher than the previous week to 12,700 metric tons. The increase did not impact the 4-week average, but dropped the 27-week average slightly to 13,183 MT. FULL STORY »

Saving the lesser prairie chicken: What landowners should know

Cumulative habitat loss, encroachment by invasive woody plants, wind energy development, petroleum production and the ongoing drought are just a handful of reasons why there are fewer lesser prairie chickens in the wild today, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. FULL STORY »

The cost of not testing a bull

The cow-calf business is an intricate business with many moving parts. Some of the moving parts are constantly in motion while others are seasonal in nature. FULL STORY »

Health and nutrition go hand in hand

There are many aspects to keeping a herd of cattle healthy. Vaccinations, worming, etc. are often what we think of. But if you want your calves to be born healthy next year and your cows to remain healthy and productive, nutrition is as important as anything. FULL STORY »

13th annual Animal Ag Summit "Cracking the Millennial Code"

Menu analysts, trend spotters, brand strategists and researchers will comprise a panel on food trends at the upcoming 13th annual Stakeholders Summit, the Animal Agriculture Alliance announced. FULL STORY »

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