Maintain bull power during breeding season

As cows and bulls are turned out to breeding pastures this summer, producers will expect their cows to be pregnant this fall. However, careful attention during the breeding season is critical to assure a successful production year. FULL STORY »

Measuring consumer satisfaction for beef producers Play video

Nevil Speer, Western Kentucky University, discusses crossbreeding beef cattle, and the value of consumer satisfaction to beef producers. FULL STORY »

Got Milk? How much is too much?

Cow efficiency is a hot topic, especially in areas of limited resources. Some feed and forage producers assume that a small cow is a model of efficiency but there's much more to it than that. FULL STORY »

Bull sales and trends at Nichols Farms Play video

Dave Nichols says 2013 proved to be a record year for bull sales at Nichols Farms. FULL STORY »

Stress and the breeding season

Sometimes in the middle of A.I. season it seems as though we should be more worried about reducing stress on ourselves than our cow herd. FULL STORY »

Calculating the success of an A.I. program

In this neck of the woods, there is nothing better than having coffee shop bragging rights. However, in many cases those bragging rights leave out a few important details. FULL STORY »

Beef bull management refresher

At first glance, the life of the herd bull looks pretty easy. Work 2-3 months of the year and get the rest of the year for rest and relaxation. FULL STORY »

Look back at calving season and start to make improvements now

Only 1 to 2 months ago the spring calving cows were calving, the temperatures were colder and the calving pastures were covered with muck and manure. FULL STORY »

Cow-calf corner: Realistic AI expectations Play video

Glenn Selk helps producers set realistic expectations for artificial insemination success rates. FULL STORY »

BeefTalk: Watch the bulls because they don't get a day off

Although spring seems to be taking a long time getting here, once it does, time will fly. In the rush, don't forget to keep an eye on the bulls. FULL STORY »

How technology is impacting the beef industry Play video

Jack Holden, owner of Holden Herefords, Valier, Montana, discussed the tremendous impact technology is having on the beef industry. FULL STORY »

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