Observe bulls closely as the fall breeding season begins

The week of Thanksgiving is traditionally a time of thanks and turning in the bulls. Cow calf operations with fall-calving herds that target a late August, early September beginning to the calving season will put the bulls with the fall-calving cows now. FULL STORY »

BeefTalk: How well did the bulls do?

The life of a bull is not simple because, for the most part, his life is somewhat confrontational. FULL STORY »

Need for dialog on antibiotics Play video

At the NIAA conference on antibiotic resistance, Western Kentucky University animal scientist Nevil Speer, PhD, notes the complexity of the science behind antibiotic resistance and the need for continued collaboration among stakeholder groups to protect antibiotic efficacy, consumer confidence and animal health. FULL STORY »

Prepare for a successful spring calving season

Someone once said “that Success occurs when Opportunity meets with Preparation”. Planning and preparing ahead for next spring’s calving season can help increase the chances of success. FULL STORY »

BeefTalk: Fall pregnancy exams tell the story

Last week, one set of 72 beef cows came off the pasture and was brought home to the Dickinson Research Extension Center ranch headquarters. The cows' trip through the chute was fast. Their average weight was 1,482 pounds, with a condition score of 5.3. FULL STORY »

Protecting cattle against bacterial diseases

Two of the most contagious and costly diseases of cattle—bovine tuberculosis (TB) and Johne's disease—have something in common: Both are caused by mycobacteria. FULL STORY »

K-State expanding program as interest in herd rebuild grows

Interest from producers in growing herd sizes in the years ahead is encouraging Kansas State University and the Kansas Department of Agriculture to expand its Sunflower Supreme program across the state. FULL STORY »

Buying replacements

Buying replacement females is difficult. Here are some considerations. FULL STORY »

Cow-calf corner: Now's the time to evaluate heifers Play video

Glenn Selk offers advice on maintaining body condition scores for cattle grazing on wheat pasture. FULL STORY »

Cow cost is too high to keep an open cow

In many parts of Arkansas, producers experienced plenty of spring and early summer rainfall. Unlike last year, hay is abundant and in many cases producers have more hay than they have cattle. FULL STORY »

BeefTalk: Sending spayed heifers to the feedlot

The spayed heifers are off the grass and ready for the feedlot. The Dickinson Research Extension Center spayed all the extra heifers and sent them to grass at the end of May and returned them home in mid-October. FULL STORY »

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