The 2016 Feedlot Nutritionist Boot Camp was not a particularly large event: its attendees consisted of about thirty Masters and Ph.D students, all of whom fit in a small hotel conference room in Amarillo, Texas.
Heavy winter precipitation has continued at intervals spanning December through early March while brutally cold temperatures add often devastating effects, and sub-zero readings continued this week in many areas.
Teachers, it is often said, live on forever through their students. Randy Blach learned from some of the best leaders the beef industry could offer; now he's passing his knowledge, integrity and passion for all th
"A lot of folks think we should mandate with a law—a federal LAW, mind you, because those always work out so well—that more feeders sell in the cash market. But tying feeders’ hands like this isn’t the answer."
What goes up must come down! That is exactly what has happened to cattle prices, but the task now is determining where the market is headed in 2016 and beyond. As is the normal procedure, taking a look backwards will he
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed a rule change that would make it clear air emissions reporting for animal waste is not required for livestock operations under current regulations.
As drought conditions continue to expand across South Dakota, a number of producers will be considering harvesting failed grain crops as forage as a way to salvage some value from those fields. Besides considering crop