Cattle Ranch Of The Week: Weyer Ranch
Weyer Ranch is a small Salers breeder from North of Wibaux, Montana on Highway 261, located on the west side of Blue Mountain. They started using Salers Bulls in 1989, for the same reason many people try them, for the calving ease. After their first calf crop, they were hooked. FULL STORY »
Cattle Ranch Of The Week: Eagle Rock Murray Greys & H Diamond Cattle Co.
Combined, Eagle Rock and H Diamond Cattle Co. is one of America's largest producers of registered Murray Grey cattle. They are commercially focused, striving to produce cattle that will make a profit in all areas of the cattle industry and under any conditions. FULL STORY »
Cattle Ranch Of The Week: BullSchmitt Cattle
BullSchmitt Cattle is a growing cattle company with an emphasis towards performance and serving the commercial cattle producer. Via embryo imports and transfer, as well as the utilization of AI they intend to push the breed towards curve bending bulls who can meet the needs of today’s cattleman. FULL STORY »
Cattle Ranch Of The Week: Eagles Run Ranch
Eagles Run Ranch is located in the San Francisco Bay Area of Northern California in an area noted for its wineries and cattle ranching. At Eagles Run, they are committed to continued genetic improvements through the use of Breedplan and selection based on performance so they can provide top-of-the line bloodlines to buyers. FULL STORY »
Cattle Ranch Of The Week: Grund Beef Genetics
Grund Beef Genetics is different than your typical bull supplier because they supply practical, predictable and proven genetics. Over 80% of their cattle are sired by breed leading Angus, Red Angus, and Gelbvieh A.I. sires. FULL STORY »
Cattle Ranch Of The Week: Dawson Creek Gelbvieh
Dawson Creek Gelbvieh is a family-owned farm located near Easton in the rolling hills of northeastern Kansas. Bob and Karla Beying started Dawson Creek Gelbvieh twenty years ago and, since that time, they have expanded the cattle operation to include their two sons, their spouses, and four grandsons.
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Cattle Ranch Of The Week: Golden Buckle Gelbvieh Ranch
The Golden Buckle Gelbvieh Ranch is located in the Heartland of North America, near Medina, North Dakota. Their climate with it's temperature extremes, natural feed of native grasses and forage on rolling hills, allow the ranch to raise healthy and hearty Gelbvieh bred cattle. FULL STORY »
Cattle Ranch Of The Week: Red Bud Farms
Located in Ben Lomond, Arkansas, Red Bud Farms began in 1994 with the purchase of 2 commercial heifers. Today, they run 300 head on 2,500 acres of rolling hills in southwest Arkansas. Their herd consists of both commercial and registered cattle. FULL STORY »
Cattle Ranch Of The Week: Harms Plainview Ranch
Harms Plainview Ranch is a unique operation in that the headquarters is situated on Kim’s family’s 120-year-old homestead. Henry & Minnie Buethe purchased the land the ranch now resides on and named it “Plainview Stock Farm” in 1885.
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Cattle Ranch Of The Week: Wendt Ranch
Santa Gertrudis cattle were first introduced to Wendt Ranch in 1954. Dan Wendt and his father, R.A. Wendt, established Santa Gertrudis Breeders International (SGBI) Herd #621 in their partnership herd in Matagorda County, Texas. FULL STORY »
- NIAA Antibiotics Use and Resistance Symposium nears
- K-State conference focuses on antibiotic regulations
- Considerations to determine whether to retain heifer calves
- Minimizing storage loss on hay
- Fall-applied herbicides: Which weed species should be the target?
- Hogs were the exception to the bullish rule Thursday