Treating a sick calf may can be a challenge with all the regulations on shared-class antibiotics—unless you have a solid V-C-P-R.
Spring Cove Ranch of Bliss, Idaho, and Purath Angus Farm of Red Lake Falls, Minnesota, were both honored as Century Award recipients during the 2019 Angus Convention in Reno, Nevada.
There's a time when pounds aren't everything. For one northeast Missouri family, it pays to focus on high-quality Angus genetics and market them on the grid, capitalizing on pounds of quality.
Rising demand for premium beef is the silver lining in a cattle market that can disappoint in the near term.
A business-first approach lets everything else fall into place when families want to make their living on the land. Raising beef cattle as a business, Noble Ranch crunches numbers to keep control of its destiny.
At a 50,000-head feed yard, there are all types of cattle. But one Kansas cattle feeder knows that no matter the class and kind, they all do better with some TLC.
While dairymen have used artificial insemination, or AI, profitably for decades, beef producers are starting to show more interest, and for good reasons.
Multiple trait selection is important for economic vitality. In this segment, Dan Loy shares how maternal traits are related to marbling and what that means for cattlemen.