A YEAR ago, this column focused on the turmoil in the cattle market. I highlighted the reality by noting that, no matter where you went, you were likely to encounter a discussion about the market.
Following best practices will improve welfare of cattle and provide economic benefits in dairy and beef transportation.
Preparation for calving is often first priority, but rebreeding shouldn't be an afterthought.
Iowa State University researchers detail what makes costly ruminant bacteria so infectious.
Researchers investigate benefits of integrating cover crops into rotation plan.
New study shows use of novel immunostimulant leads to significant reductions in overall feedlot cattle mortality.
Dung beetle activity dries cow pats out rapidly, leading to parasitic larvae death.
Improving fiber digestion in the rumen should be a top priority for all beef producers.
Although cattle prices have come down from historic highs, producers still can capture more dollars for calves by adding value at ranch.