Drill calibration is a key step to forage establishment. Taking the time to get it right will save money by getting fields back into production sooner.
Chances are you're not thinking about forage testing in January but maybe you should be.
Bull breeding soundness evaluations are quick, economical screens of breeding potential used to determine the bull’s physical preparedness for breeding.
When it comes time to cull cows from your herd, pregnancy status is one of the first criteria that will determine whether a cow stays in the country or goes to town.
Chances are you’re not thinking about forage testing in January but maybe you should be.
More economical and better balanced diets can be formulated using nutrient concentrations determined from feed analysis.
Producers considering the use of this synchronization tool should remember that a number of factors affect pregnancy rate including cow body condition score, plane of nutrition, cattle health, and bull fertility.
Passing on respiratory vaccinations can leave producers and cattle vulnerable.