Feeding weaned calves during a pre-conditioning program

Many Oklahoma spring born calves have already been weaned and marketed due to drought conditions. Those calves that will be weaned at the more traditional time of late October/early November need a balanced and palatable diet to begin to eat on their own. FULL STORY »

Preparing for fall and winter in the Kentucky beef cattle industry

Fall is a busy time for beef cattle producers. Most producers have cows that calve in the springtime and will be about the right age to wean pretty soon. FULL STORY »

Choosing software for cattle record keeping

Computer and high-speed Internet use both continue to rise on Mississippi agricultural operations. According to the Mississippi Agricultural Statistics Service, as of 2011, nearly 6 out of 10 Mississippi farms had computer access and over half had Internet access. FULL STORY »

Testing forages to determine a supplemental feeding program

This year more than ever, beef producers should have their forages tested for quality. As spring-borne calves are weaned those considering holding calves for a short feeding period, or backgrounding these calves, forage is likely going to comprise 50 percent or more of their diet. FULL STORY »

NDSU beef research report available

Cattle producers can replace some hay with a limited-intake distillers dried grain supplement without negatively affecting cow or calf performance, North Dakota State University have researchers found. FULL STORY »

Tips to design low-cost cattle handling facilities Play video

Lynn Johnson, a Polk County beef farmer and grazing planner for the NW Wisconsin Graziers Network, recently hosted a cattle-handling demonstration and pasture walk on his farm north of Range, near Turtle Lake, WI. FULL STORY »

Calves and carryover effects of toxic fescue

Cattle buyers often discount calves based on their perceptions of how well they will perform during subsequent production phases. “Fescue” calves are such a situation. FULL STORY »

In livestock production, timing is everything

In livestock management, timing is everything. Even the smallest off-tempo step can ripple into a larger effect on performance, and ultimately, the bottom line. FULL STORY »

Extended drought raises potential health issues

The extended drought being experienced across most of Kansas has reacquainted livestock producers and veterinarians with many drought-related problems. FULL STORY »

September beef management calendar

Follow these beef management tips for your spring and fall calving herds. FULL STORY »

The economic value of value-added programs for beef calves

K-State livestock economist Ted Schroeder summarizes two new K-State studies, which together provide a clearer idea of the economic value of value-added programs for beef calves FULL STORY »

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