Danni Beer, and her husband Mike, ranch just outside Lemmon, South Dakota, a small town in the western part of the state snugged up tight against the North Dakota border. "Google it," she said. "It's a nice place."
Environmental concern and awareness has encouraged all industries, including the livestock sector of food production, to assess their contributions to the greenhouse gases (GHG) emitted into the atmosphere.
Novartis Animal Health U.S., Inc. has created a new, multi-media website exclusively for Vira Shield, the number one selling inactivated cattle vaccine in the U.S. Vira Shield provides broad-spectrum protection from the
The window of opportunity for planting winter wheat for grazing is rapidly closing. In Oklahoma, dual-purpose or forage-only winter wheat generally needs to be planted by mid-September in order to produce significant f
The USDA North Appalachian Experimental Watershed (NAEW), located near Coshocton, Ohio, on 1,047 rolling acres, was established in 1935 and constructed utilizing Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and Works Progress Admi
In all of cattle management there are few things as easy to administer, consistent in response or as well documented as the use of growth-promotant implants, says Virginia Cooperative Extension veterinarian Dee Whittier
Welcome to the Premium Market Snapshot a series of market commentaries focused squarely on trends in quality grading and in the production and sales of high-quality beef. This snapshot explores the grid discounts asso
The Fort Myers News-Press reports the South Florida panther population is growing and ranchers are concerned with protection their livestock has led to a project monitoring calf survival and panther predation.
As fall begins to creep into the high country, ranchers will soon begin collecting their cattle for the winter. Inevitably, some animals will not make the return trip, having succumbed to predators, diseases or other ac