"There seems to be several times that bull calves are castrated: at birth, at branding time, prior to moving the calf and dam to spring/summer pasture, at weaning, and, sometimes in the seedstock business, after weaning
Prices for crude oil crossed the $50 per barrel threshold late last month, raising fears that America's economy will sputter and that pricier oil could lead to inflation. For agriculture, higher energy prices mean highe
Carla Huston, a veterinarian, came up with an idea of a first-aid kit for cattle to help producers cope with emergencies until the veterinarian arrives. She combined basic first-aid with triage techniques and put a supp
Tire bales create winter windbreaks at this Colorado dairy. The tire bales can be stacked three or four high and tied together. Cost is about $6 per bale. And, best of all, the bales are portable. They can be reconfigur
Recently completed research in Texas shows stocker cattle can gain more than 1,000 pounds per acre in 60 days grazing Tifton 85 bermudagrass at a high stocking rate with protein supplementation, says Monte Rouquette.