Good choices during load-out eases the ride.
As livestock owners care for livestock in frigid temperatures, it is important to know where efforts are best spent.
Emeritus extension specialist Glenn Selk shared a treasure trove of wisdom in 2019. Here are the six most popular.
Don’t cattle do better in colder temperatures? That’s a question University of Minnesota Livestock Extension Educator Emily Wilmes hears in the wintertime.
Researchers take a closer look at the effects beta agonists have on cattle heart rates and cardiac physiology
Transportation stress remains a primary determinant of how much work awaits feedyard employees.
Beef heifers raised in close quarters are under more stress and don۪t get as much physical activity as heifers raised on pasture, according to an Oregon State University study.
Smaller steaks can’t hold a candle to driverless semi-trucks and producing “clean meat” in a laboratory without livestock.