Training handlers, training animals Play video

Tom Noffisinger, DVM, has long practiced, advocated and taught low-stress animal handling practices. He discusses some of the progress he’s seen as producers learn and adopt methods to work in harmony with their animals. FULL STORY »

Are you ready for the fall-calving season?

Fall-calving season is just around the corner. In fact, the start of the fall calving season may be closer than many producers realize. Now is the time to get the calving kit ready. FULL STORY »

Cow-calf corner: Identify problematic heifers early Play video

Glenn Selk suggests having young heifers pregnancy-checked after the first breeding season and cull any that did not conceive early. Marketing these heifers young prevents profit loss and improves herd genetics. FULL STORY »

Plush pastures, falling feed prices lead to some heifer retention

Recovering pastures and reduced feed prices are likely to spark a slow trend of heifer retention for U.S. beef producers, Purdue Extension agricultural economist Chris Hurt says. FULL STORY »

Expert: Producers young and old plan accordingly for drought

Texas beef cattle producers should plan for future periods of dry conditions as drought patterns exhibited in the 1950s continue to prevail in current models, according to an expert. FULL STORY »

Early pregnancy detection

A tool for managing and marketing in the cowherd FULL STORY »

Late Summer Supplementation with Protein for thin cows

Because condition at calving and breeding are so important, it may at first seem silly to begin worrying about condition in the latter part of summer. FULL STORY »

Developing a weaning or receiving program

As we enter the fall months, weaning time is at hand for most spring calving herds. This is the exciting time of year when producers are able to reap the benefits of a year’s worth of work and planning. FULL STORY »

As heat stress and fair season arrive, manage animals carefully

A mild, rainy spring has yielded to heat, humidity and lack of moisture, and the state's livestock have begun to suffer the consequences. FULL STORY »

Follow BQA guidelines when treating and selling cows

Summer time often brings a few infectious ailments to beef cows. Common problems include eye infections and foot rot. Treatment of affected cows will often involve the use of antibiotics. FULL STORY »

Early-born calves are better later Play video

Rick Funston, University of Nebraska, says the earlier a calf is born in the season, the better its potential. FULL STORY »

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