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 »

Why do the heifers get to decide who breeds the cows?

Late April is a busy and exciting time of year for the typical cow-calf producer. Winter has given way to spring as temperatures slowly rise and grass begins to green up and grow. FULL STORY »

Simplified selection Play video

The dollar-beef ($B) index helps cattlemen select for cattle that perform and grade. Megan Rolf, Oklahoma State University animal scientist, discusses how to use such selection indexes effectively. FULL STORY »

Small producers should manage bulls during breeding

By the beginning of April, most cow-calf producers in the Southern Great Plains are a few weeks away from the start of the breeding season and are wrap­ping up routine preparation of bulls before turn-out. FULL STORY »

Bull buyers select for profitability traits

As bull buying season begins, beef cow-calf producers are encouraged to prioritize profitability traits. Identifying bulls with well-balanced traits that meet the priorities of a particular operation is critical. FULL STORY »

As AI technology improves, so do cattle Play video

Cliff Lamb, of the University of Florida, and Willie Altenburg, of Genex Cooperative, talk about the advantages of artificial insemination (AI) and fixed-time breeding protocols. FULL STORY »

Developing a prebreeding plan for reproductive success

Many producers in Wisconsin are in the midst of or finishing up their calving season and preparing for breeding. FULL STORY »

Cow-calf corner: Conducting a breeding soundness exam for bulls Play video

Glenn Selk explains the components of a breeding-soundness exam for bulls. FULL STORY »

Body Condition Scoring App: NUBeef-BCS Play video

The body condition score of your cow herd is a much better indicator of the effectiveness of the nutrition program than body weight of the cows or average weight of the cow herd. FULL STORY »

Research Review: Lifetime productivity of beef heifers

Research is continuing to show improved lifetime productivity for heifers that conceive early in their first breeding season. FULL STORY »

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