Current cattle markets are a series of bad news-good news. Bad news—cattle prices pulled back last week. Good news—the jump in prices earlier this month has current levels at or above most expectations.
Calves- they're not easy to raise and we don't get any payback for at least two years. They get sick easily and take abundant resources, especially time and money, to rear into productive contributors to the
Are your heifers growing as fast as they should be? Are undersized heifers - or overly fat ones - causing calving difficulties for your herd replacements? Dr. Angie Manthey, dairy nutritionist for Hubbard Fe
Calves fed high levels of liquid nutrients in their first weeks of life are ahead of their limit-fed counterparts in many ways. But University of Florida assistant professor of animal science Emily Miller-Cushon says th
Calf and yearling markets continued to rally during January, adding 5% onto gains of 7% to 10% recorded in <p></p>December. A mid-January storm across the Northern Plains canceled some sales and severely hampered <p></p>auc
Bloat in dairy calves can become very serious, very quickly. Aggressive feeding plans can lead to delayed abomasal emptying, increasing the risk for bloat. However, a focus on feeding volume and proper concentrations ca