The first meal in a calf’s life is the most important, mainly because of the passive transfer of immunity through colostrum.
Ag economist Derrell Peel says past events provide a case study to current market conditions and give a clue into the way markets respond to disasters.
Decisions made today will have an impact on a cow herd for years to come.
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.
The key to making cattle more competitive in the bidding world is in their genetics, and the growing programs that document them.
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.
Ten or 15 years ago, people used vitamin and supplement pills to stay healthy and balance their diet. Today, the focus is much more on food, and meat plays a key role.
Imagine a world where you could breed cattle that never get sick. It’s not as far off as you might think. Ongoing research across two continents is uncovering genetic tools to help select for increased immunity.