Worms, flies, ticks and lice are all costly to beef producers.
Horn flies are a costly nuisance to the U.S. cattle industry. A multi-pronged fly control program can help keep fly populations in check for season-long control.
The start and end of the breeding season needs to be put on the calendar just like other special events.
High populations of different flies can have a negative impact on the productivity and profitability of beef cattle enterprises.
The negative impact of stable fly feeding on cattle can be measured by increased anemia, decreased milk production, and decreased average daily gain ADG.
It۪s been an interesting year for climate, as we could tell halfway through the spring. A parade of wind storms, fires, blizzards and floods moved swiftly by, leaving every cattle farm and ranch to cope with those and
Weedy grass drastically reduces forage production in Western pastures.
One-way cow/calf producers can make the time they do have go a bit further is by using an electronic personal assistant called the Management Minder.