Profit Tips

Profit Tips: Equipment - Siphon increases water capacity

Connecting multiple water tanks with a siphon can greatly increase the capacity of available drinking water for your cattle. FULL STORY »

Profit Tips: Equipment - Speedy hookup

Hooking a trailer onto a pickup ball-hitch can be frustrating and time consuming when doing it by yourself. FULL STORY »

Profit Tips: Feeding - Optimize stalk grazing

University of Illinois Extension educator Travis Meteer offers ideas for making the best use of crop residues. FULL STORY »

Profit Tips: Pasture management - Prep pastures for next year

After a tough year for many pastures, some preparation over the next few months could help their recovery and productivity next year, assuming Mother Nature cooperates. FULL STORY »

Profit Tips: Management - Stretch pastures during drought

As drought shrinks forage production around the country, Iowa State University Extension beef program specialist Denise Schwab, PhD, says ranchers have two basic options. FULL STORY »

Profit Tips: Reproduction - Early pregnancy testing pays

Early results provided by blood pregnancy testing can offer benefits both financially and in overall herd management. FULL STORY »

Profit Tips: Enhance forage supply with ammoniated wheat straw

With forage supplies tight in many areas, treating wheat straw with ammonia could provide a cost-effective option, according to Kansas State University Extension beef specialist Dale Blasi, PhD. FULL STORY »

Profit tips: Benefits of choosing the proper lubricant

Today’s agricultural machinery costs up to several hundred-thousand dollars, and maintaining that equipment to ensure availability is critical for optimum productivity and profitability. FULL STORY »

Profit tips: Pasture management - Drought strategies

No, the cows in this photo are not grazing drought-stressed forages. These cows are enjoying lush North Carolina early-June grazing, thanks to rancher Mike Jones and some timely rains. FULL STORY »

Profit Tips: Genetics - Selecting for calmer cattle

Stockmen know that wild, temperamental cattle present a danger to handlers, facilities and other cattle. FULL STORY »

Profit Tips: Pasture management - Feeding cattle on sparse pastur

When drought limits forage availability, supplemental feeding on pasture can be economical, says University of Nebraska animal scientist Rick Rasby, PhD. FULL STORY »

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