While predicting disease risk in a group of cattle is relatively reliable for experienced cattle feeders, predicting risk in individual animals presents a much greater challenge.
Part 3: Animal genetics
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Starting calves can be as much art as science, which explains why some stocker operators and feedlots have more success than others.
After a long winter, don’t think the spring and summer will be without challenges of their own. Here’s six impact areas you need to be ready for, as they might affect your profitability this year.
First-of-its-kind report from Farm Journal’s Trust In Food initiative and The Sustainability Consortium explores the complex relationship among farmers, their operation’s production data and conservation.
Part 1: Client Services and Communications
Tom Noffsinger, DVM, and K-State’s Beef Cattle Institute produce training modules directed at effective communication between producers and beef cattle.