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 »

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 »

Shade for cattle

The dog days of summer will soon be upon us and feedlot cattle are often under stress when the high temperatures exceed 85 degrees. FULL STORY »

Early preparation key to a good calving season

Calving season is just concluding for many people across the heartland, yet it’s already time to prepare for next year. FULL STORY »

Don’t let Trich sneak up on your herd

Producers who don’t keep an eye on their herd, paying close attention to calving numbers and herd sizes, may be allowing a serious disease to sneak up on their herd. FULL STORY »

Using "Oklahoma Gold" for replacement heifers in summer

Fall born replacement heifers have been (or soon will be) weaned and will be at a very critical growing period. FULL STORY »

Across breed EPD tables released by MARC

The U.S. Meat Animal Research Center released new across-breed expected progeny differences (AB-EPDs) for 18 beef cattle breeds this week during the Beef Improvement Federation Annual Meeting in Oklahoma City, Okla. FULL STORY »

Plan now to pregnancy check replacement heifers

Ranchers who choose to breed replacement heifers about a month ahead of the mature cows need to determine which heifers failed to conceive in their first breeding season. 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 »

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