The economics of the cow-calf business involve three very important economic drivers.
Efficient beef production starts when the bull mates with a cow and biological efficiency mates with economic efficiency.
Feed and forage represents your largest annual production costs, and they provide the greatest opportunity for you to make significant changes in a short period of time.
There are likely few benefits for the U.S. in exporting abundant natural gas supplies, says a Purdue University energy economist.
In 2017, Bob Recker kicked open the door on 60” row corn, and exposed a ton of questions on sunlight capture, weed suppression, cover crops, and much more.
We've rounded up the top 10 stories of the year as decided by you, our readers. Take a look back at these memorable stories on Drovers.com in 2019.
Body Condition Score is a term used often in beef cattle discussions, however, some producers may not know what it means and how it can be used as a management tool for the herd.
How much you're willing to spend on heifers may depend on your operation.