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Keep an Eye on Vesicular Stomatitis Virus Cases

VSV does not normally kill affected animals, but it can cause economic losses for producers by preventing animal movement and impacting international trade. It has recently been found in several counties in Kansas.

5 months ago
Angus VNR: Feeding Quality Forum Coming to You

Kara Lee shares details for this year's Feeding Quality Forum webinar series. The shortened agenda brings a range of topics covering on-target information for high-quality cattle production.

5 months ago
Feedyard
Farm State Senators in a Beef Over Packers Bill

Two senior Republican U.S. senators from top farm states have locked horns over legislation intended to make cattle markets more transparent.

5 months ago
Glenn Selk: Growing Bred Replacement Heifers

Bred replacement heifers that will calve in late January and February need to continue to grow and maintain body condition as two-year-old heifers should be in a body condition score 6 at calving.

5 months ago
Utah sheep ranch
Congressmen Seek USDA Help For Sheep Ranchers

Congressmen urge Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue to to assist U.S. lamb and sheep producers impacted by the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic and the closure of a Colorado processing plant.

5 months ago
AgriTalk: Smith Describes NCBA’s Marketing Committee Resolution

NCBA president Marty Smith, rancher and attorney from Wacahoota, Florida, joined AgriTalk on Wednesday to discuss the resolution from NCBA's Live Cattle Marketing Committee calling for a more robust cash cattle trade.

5 months ago
Sweetclover
Sweetclover Hay Can be Toxic

Sweetclover can provide good nutrition to cattle because it is high in protein and energy when not mature, but it can become toxic to cattle if fed as hay.

5 months ago
Beef Quality Assurance
BQA Virtual Producer Forum Aug. 6

The National Beef Quality Assurance Team hosts a virtual producer forum on Thursday, Aug. 6 at 7 pm Central Time.

5 months ago