Just like a reputable seedstock operation is not built overnight, it takes time to put together an effective marketing plan. Producers first need to set a budget for paid advertising, along with extra costs for developm
A 14-month-old Angus bull became the highest-priced bull ever sold at public auction last week, fetching $800,000 from two ranchers based in Missouri and Oklahoma. The previous record, set just last year, was $750,000.
A basic understanding of genetics will help us understand why some traits are more heritable than others. The basis for heritability has to do with a phrase you have probably heard before – “nature verses nurture.”
Everyone involved in the cow/calf sector, commercial or seedstock, exited last fall's sale season reeling from what appeared to be an inevitable storm. Skepticism quickly replaced the optimistic zeal that carried
When it comes to next year's calf crop, many cattle producers see turning herd bulls out with their cows and heifers as the most efficient option. However, Taylor Grussing, SDSU Extension Cow/Calf Field Specialist encou