Preg check now to avoid waste later

Successful cattle producers have long recognized that fall is the time to pregnancy check cows before they get into the high maintenance costs of winter. FULL STORY »

Cow-calf corner: When to intervene during calving Play video

Glenn Selk discusses the length of time to wait before intervening in a cow's labor. FULL STORY »

BeefTalk: Vaccinate and prepare valuable calves for market

Vaccinate calves now in anticipation of weaning and preparation for sending the calves to market. FULL STORY »

Researchers study embryonic deaths to boost beef calf crop

Beef herd owners would be shocked to learn they’d lost 25 percent of cow pregnancies in two weeks. It happens all the time. And owners never know it. FULL STORY »

Kansas State program addresses herd repopulation

Cattle producers interested in adding cattle to their herds can take advantage of a program developed by Kansas State University to improve management techniques and marketability of heifers. FULL STORY »

Helping fall-calving cows and heifers during the calving process

Fall calving season is (or soon will be) upon the Oklahoma ranches that have fall and winter calving. FULL STORY »

Is she open? Why it pays to preg check

When it comes to determining pregnancy status, the producer has many options. Certainly the most simple and accurate would be to wait until she calves. FULL STORY »

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 »

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