Wheat gone bad? Use it as alternative animal feed.
During cold and windy weather, producers need to be aware of the potential for scrotal frostbite in bulls.
Hot, muggy weather is here, which means a long, hot summer, especially for livestock.
Thanks to lower corn prices, improved pasture conditions and increased domestic demand, beef cattle producers can expect to continue to see record prices for beef this year.
Dry conditions continue to challenge farmers and their ability to keep forages growing and productive.
Today, modern beef producers are certainly encouraged to use husbandry practices that are safer for humans and animals alike.
In some parts of the country hay fields are suffering because of the excessive moisture and cooler-than-normal temperatures have also impacted growth.
Ohio cattle producers have voted to increase beef checkoff in their state.