Five-year study to evaluate three strategies: heritage cattle genetics, precision ranching and novel options for marketing Southwest beef.
Advances in science mean Australia’s national science agency no longer requires historic collection of bull semen.
Good management practices remain key to beef herd profitability.
Planting annual forage after corn silage harvest may result in better calf gains and forage production than planting after harvesting high-moisture corn.
Increasing biosecurity and practicing prevention minimize disease transmission to cattle.
Only 3.7% of GHG emissions come directly from beef cattle in U.S. versus 6% globally.
Feeding cow/calf pairs dry hay costs less than forage baleage and lacks animal performance differences.