Five Minutes with Nicholas Kristof, a parody on his NYT column

Nicholas Kristof is a New York Times columnist who occasionally writes about food, constantly attacking modern agriculture, always repeating what he's learned from an interesting cabal of very elitist foodies. FULL STORY »

BeefTalk: Big or little socket?

As calving season comes to the forefront, bull buying starts to wind down and thoughts of summer grass start to come to mind. FULL STORY »

Supply and Demand Estimates

On Monday, USDA released the latest World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report. FULL STORY »

BVD prevention through producer management

Quick to spread and impossible to cure – Bovine Viral Diarrhea may be one of the most devastating economic hits cattle producers could face. And don’t let its name fool you, BVD wreaks much more havoc to reproduction in cattle than the digestive tract. FULL STORY »

Link may exist between disposition and reproduction

Experience tells most producers that high strung, poorly tempered stock, sometimes do not perform as well as herd mates with a more moderate disposition. Science has backed this up in the feedlot with studies showing steers with calmer dispositions out gaining steers with the most excitable temperaments. FULL STORY »

Are the bulls ready for the spring breeding season?

The spring breeding season is less than two months away. If you have not assessed your bull battery recently, time is running out. Contact your local veterinarian and make arrangements to see that your bulls of all ages pass a breeding soundness exam. Ask your veterinarian about the need for a trichomoniasis test. If the bulls’ feet need to be trimmed, this would be an excellent opportunity to get that done as well. FULL STORY »

Commentary: I'll have the burger

A recent report by Rabobank has caught the attention of the beef industry. The report “Ground Beef Nation: The Effect of Changing Consumer Tastes and Preferences on the U.S. Beef Industry,” documents the growing demand of hamburgers in the American diet. FULL STORY »

New decision tool now available on ag decision maker

Before decisions regarding purchasing or retaining replacement females are made, producers may want to consider the economic value of a replacement entering the herd. FULL STORY »

What is a bull worth?

While spending less does not insinuate you have purchased an inferior bull, it should be expected that an above average bull for traits such as calving ease, weaning weight, docility, staybility, marbling, etc., will likely garner a premium. FULL STORY »

Slaughter cow market following seasonal pattern…only more so

Boning cow prices in Oklahoma City were reported at just over $102/cwt. in the first week of March. This level suggests that March slaughter cow prices will exhibit a more than seasonal price increase. FULL STORY »

Control weeds now for better pastures this summer

With no green showing in the pasture, few livestock producers are thinking about weed control, but now is the ideal time to control troublesome pasture weeds. FULL STORY »

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