BeefTalk: Carcass merit pays

At one time, the carcass that is on the rail had a home. At one point, a producer made the decision to mate cows to a particular bull. FULL STORY »

Breeding soundness exams should be in your bull management plan

With cattle markets looking to stay high, calf producers should make certain their whole management system is operating efficiently. FULL STORY »

Cow-calf corner: Breeding replacement heifers Play video

Glenn Selk discusses considerations when breeding yearling replacement heifers with synchronized artificial inseminations programs using the feed additive Melengestrol Acetate. FULL STORY »

BeefTalk: The world of genetic marketing

Which calf was the most profitable? Was it a calf with a carcass value of $211.48, carcass weight of 680 pounds and a total value of $1,438.06 or a calf with a carcass value of $185.48, carcass weight of 1,017 pounds and a total value of $1,886.33? FULL STORY »

Illinois Performance Tested Bull Sale results

The Illinois Performance Tested (IPT) Bull Sale was the lead-off event of the 2012 Illinois Beef Expo held on Feb. 23 at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield, Ill. FULL STORY »

Be selective when choosing herd bulls for cattle operation

Beef producers don’t want to miss out on profit potential when it comes to selection and performance of breeding bulls, according to a Texas AgriLife Extension Service beef cattle specialist. FULL STORY »

Reproduction problems caused by trichomoniasis

K-State beef veterinarian Larry Hollis discusses the persistence of trichomoniasis disease in Kansas cattle herds, leading to reproduction problems. FULL STORY »

What about the bull?

It’s time to think about getting the bulls into breeding condition. Start by evaluating their overall body condition. FULL STORY »

Successful bull selection key to achieving breeding goals

Many commercial livestock producers purchase bulls for the upcoming breeding season during the spring. FULL STORY »

Comparing A.I. to natural breeding (pt. 2)

It may cost to breed cows using AI, but net returns increase substantially depending on how and when cows are marketed. FULL STORY »

Are your cows ready for the calving season?

Cattle producers need to pay close attention to the nutritional management of pregnant cows as they approach calving, says a University of Missouri Extension livestock specialist. FULL STORY »

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