An appropriate Herd Health Program ensures that all cattle are raised in the best health.
We're recapping this year's most important issues though a look back at the covers of Drovers magazine.
Cooler temperatures and the return of rain have caused a springlike regrowth in pastures that can present some health risks for cattle.
Cattle producers should expect to pay more for pastures, as most regions are estimating increases.
The USDA mid-year cattle inventory report in 2015 suggests that the beef cow herd expansion is currently underway.
For many years, the biggest questions producers faced in controlling internal parasites related to timing.
Few aspects of livestock production cause more grief to the industry than the application of subtherapeutic antibiotics. But is a viable, natural۪ alternative on the horizon?
Dry conditions continue to challenge farmers and their ability to keep forages growing and productive.