Expected Progeny Differences (EPDs) allow the breeder to identify the animals that excel in the traits that are important for their operation.
Expected progeny differences are the best selection tool to help beef operations meet future goals.
We're recapping this year's most important issues though a look back at the covers of Drovers magazine.
Uniformity or consistency may be desirable in both management and marketing aspects of cattle production.
Assuming your bulls have passed a breeding soundness examination within the last 60 days, are carrying adequate condition (body condition score of 6 or higher), are structurally sound, and have been immunized and treate
The share of Prime carcasses has more than doubled in the past 5 years, spelling greater availability and consequential wider usage among end users.
Beef cattle producers who want to boost their profit potential need to consider several factors when purchasing a herd sire.