Guelph beef research center
A north Texas ranch managed with moderate densities of animals that are being moved to a new paddock. The amount of grass left will allow for quick recovery.
University of Florida scientists are working to breed the “cow of the future” by studying the more heat-tolerant Brangus cow — a cross between an Angus and a Brahman.
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Cattle in Nebraska feedlot
Manure samples arrive at the Grazing Animal Nutrition Lab at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research & Extension Center. The manure samples are analyzed to show producers the nutrient quality of their forages. Thousands of samples collected over the past 20 years have shown long-term declines in nutritional value in native forages on America’s grasslands.
Late-season cattle diets, supplemented with distillers grains, provide vital protein and energy unavailable in typical forage grass across the south and southeast U.S.
Ranchers in southwest Kansas and northwest Oklahoma are busy rebuilding fence lines as a result of wildfires that swept through the region in early March.