Plan ahead when vaccinating early-weaned calves

Veterinarians and cattle producers have long embraced pre-weaning vaccinations as effective ways to reduce the impact of respiratory disease in calves following the stress of weaning. FULL STORY »

Stocker calves: Vaccination considerations

Summer months in the northern plains mean an opportunity for cattle producers to graze weaned calves on pasture. FULL STORY »

Preparing bulls for the breeding season

Bulls are the most costly animals in a cow-calf operation and provide the majority of genetic improvement for the cow herd. FULL STORY »

Busting BVDV Myths

The effects of bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) are wide-ranging in terms of reproductive issues, adult and calf health, and production. Much as been written about BVDV over the years and much has been and is still being discovered, but in spite of that misinformation “myths” about BVDV still remain. Dan Givens, DVM, PhD, Auburn University, discusses the plausibility of the most persistent myths about BVDV. FULL STORY »

Cattle Management: March timely tips

Tips for managing your cattle ranch this spring. FULL STORY »

Foster calves in the beef herd

Cow-calf producers are well aware that no two calving seasons are the same. In some years, the percentage of cows delivering viable calves is quite high. FULL STORY »

Management tips for good herd health

Most beef cattle producers understand the importance of keeping cattle healthy. A good herd health program is an essential part of any farm or ranch management program. FULL STORY »

Arkansas sees 4 trich cases reported in 2012; 97 total for 2011

With the spring cattle-breeding season approaching, Trichomoniasis is rising to the forefront again for Arkansas’ cattle producers. FULL STORY »

Cow Calf Management: January timely tips

Check these management tips to help your cattle herd through the colder January weather. FULL STORY »

November beef management calendar

Remember to follow these beef cattle management tips as temperatures get colder. FULL STORY »

Early weaning: Feedlot issues

Early weaned calves come to the feedlot with some baggage. Their light weight makes them an odd duck from the standpoint of facilities and feeding management. But the primary concern is immune function. FULL STORY »

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