Study finds marbling texture - amount of white, visible flecks of fat within meat - makes no difference to consumers in appearance and taste of steak.
Multi-paddock grazing an effective practice on grazing lands to enhance water conservation and protect water quality. ALSO: Novel vaccine protects cattle from respiratory syncytial virus and provides model for developing human RSV vaccine.
Project hopes to determine if yeast can be a viable replacement for ionophores and other antibiotics during transition phase from feeding high-roughage to high-grain diets in feedlot conditions.
Hundreds of thousands of acres burned in Southern Plains begets need for hay, fence repairs and much more.
Publicly viewable genomics resource of a broad cross section of U.S. beef cattle makes it easier for scientists to identify genes associated with traits that are important to breeders and ranchers.
Defense Department-funded research could move to clinical trials in the next few years.
Monitoring health of bulls prior to and during breeding season can improve producers' chances of having a successful calf crop.
New mass spectrometry equipment centerpiece of upgraded veterinary lab now under construction in Lincoln, Neb.
Cow/calf operators need to keep eye out for respiratory acidosis problems in newborn calves.
Condition bulls for an all-star performance during breeding season.