Bridging the gap

Consumers have genuine concerns about modern meat production,  but the right message, backed by sound practices, can restore their trust. FULL STORY »

Expansion signals

Higher prices and increased profitability should spur expansion of the national herd. But will they? Corn prices may hold the key. FULL STORY »

Chasing efficiency ... and performance

Feed efficiency, justifiably, is a hot trend in genetic selection but should be measured in the context of overall profitability. FULL STORY »

Expanding the genetic toolbox

In just a few short years, the field of DNA testing in cattle has evolved from covering just a few markers for a few traits to over 50,000 markers for a suite of traits. FULL STORY »

Now more than ever

Spring deworming always was a good idea, but today’s cattle prices make it look like easy money. FULL STORY »

Volatility vs. opportunity

Higher initial costs and volatile commodity markets make stocker grazing programs risky, yet opportunities for good profits exist. FULL STORY »

Bumper-to-bumper calf protection

Take steps now for a healthy payoff on sale day. FULL STORY »

Forage fortune telling

Late winter is a good time to assess and project forage production, and develop grazing plans for the upcoming season. FULL STORY »

Eating for two

A cow's nutrition during the final weeks of pregnancy affects her calf's health and performance, and her ability to breed back. FULL STORY »

Feeding greener

Feedyards continue to apply new ideas and technology for reducing their environmental footprint. FULL STORY »

Profits with caution

Analysts raise concern over declining cow herd as profitability strengthens. FULL STORY »

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