Texas Tech researchers are evaluating the use of new mass spectrometry technology to determine tenderness, flavor and juiciness of beef in real time.
Active testing program allows producers to remove disease sources while improving herd health and lowering medicine use.
Understanding parasite life cycle and strategic treatment can help improve performance in all stages of cattle production.
Research offers new insight into bacterial infections found in the noses of healthy cattle.
Texas reporting record-setting infestations of difficult-to-control horse flies, which can spread diseases such as anthrax.
While Rift Valley fever has not been identified in U.S., Colorado study tracks potential of local mosquitoes to spread virus among livestock.
North Dakota confirms first case of anthrax in cattle, while case count in Texas continues to climb.
Archaea are rumen bacteria that help inform how cattle digest plant materials.
Research looks at consumer acceptance, choice and willingness to pay for beef burger alternatives.
Protecting young calves from respiratory disease can be a positive for animal well-being and bottom line.