Part 3: Animal genetics
The University of California‚ÄîDavis Department of Animal Science recently acquired two Holstein bull calves that are genetically polled as a result of gene-editing techniques. Researchers at the university plan to
Limousin genetics are making an impact in the U.S. dairy population.
How genomic information on BRD susceptibility can translate into industry outcomes.
Results of the fifth annual American Gelbvieh Foundation Steer Challenge and Scale and Rail Sire-Identified Carcass Contest have been finalized. Producers from Iowa and Nebraska took home top honors.
Horn flies and face flies are the two most common flies that bother cattle in pasture settings.
Day old Jersey bull calves aren’t worth a lot, but if you add some beef genetics their value can increase tenfold.
Selecting for individual traits is often discouraged, but an emerging genetic technology could change your mind