Benefits of becoming BQA certified Play video

Dr. Jerry Woodruff explains the importance of BQA training for cattle producers. FULL STORY »

Minimize disease outbreaks in young calves with biosecurity plans

Beef producers utilizing veterinarians to develop biosecurity plans are less likely to experience disease outbreaks on their farm. FULL STORY »

BeefTalk: Watch the bulls because they don't get a day off

Although spring seems to be taking a long time getting here, once it does, time will fly. In the rush, don't forget to keep an eye on the bulls. FULL STORY »

Beef cattle herd health vaccination schedule

A herd health management plan is vital to profitable beef production. FULL STORY »

Dealing with calf scours Play video

University of Tennessee veterinarian David E Anderson, DVM, MS, discusses prevention and control of calf scours with Marc Caldwell, DVM. FULL STORY »

Spring practices that add value to feeder cattle

Some basic spring management practices are moneymakers, and these should be routine for cow-calf producers who want to add value to or make more money from their calf crop. FULL STORY »

Foster calves in the beef herd

Cow-calf producers are well aware that no two calving seasons are the same. In some years, the percentage of cows delivering viable calves is quite high. FULL STORY »

BRD risk categorization for feeder calves - part 2

BRD is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality through the first 30 days following arrival to feeding programs. As widely documented in research and field reports, calves meeting the criteria of “high-risk” experience increased disease incidence, costs, and profit losses. FULL STORY »

Cow-calf vaccination paves the way to success

After more than four decades in the cattle business, Carl Lufkin has seen first-hand the ravages of disease in under-protected herds, including abortion storms and BVD “wrecks.” FULL STORY »

Cold weather affecting spring-born calves

The recent below-normal temperatures in eastern North Dakota could have negative impacts on this spring's calf crop into the fall weaning season. FULL STORY »

Proper injection sites to remember at calf-working time

The months of April and May are traditionally the months when “spring round-ups” take place. This is the time that large and small cow/calf operations schedule the “working” of the calves. FULL STORY »

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