- Trigger Dates: Critical Decisions for Drought ManagementResearch surveys have shown that most ranchers utilize reactive drought management practices, such as reducing herd size and purchasing feed, with fewer ranchers using well-defined proactive strategies in their drought management
- The Cost of Negotiated Trade and True Price DiscoveryThere was a question last week about all the different methods that have been proposed to achieve adequate negotiated trade and true price discovery in the finished cattle market.
- NCBA and PLC Pleased To See Ranchers and Farmers' Input Adopted In 30x30 GuidelinesToday, the National Cattlemen's Beef Association (NCBA) and Public Lands Council (PLC) recognized the inclusion of agricultural producers' recommendations in the Biden administration's conservation goals report.
- Rumen Development of CalvesCattle are ruminants, meaning their one stomach is comprised of four compartments: the rumen, reticulum, omasum, and abomasum.
- Don’t Forget a Breeding Soundness ExamThe spring breeding season is here and hopefully your herd is prepared. One key management tool we can use to reduce the risk of pregnancy failures is getting a breeding soundness examination on your bulls.