|A.I./ESTRUS SYNCHRONIZATION PROGRAM ADDS VALUE|
|09/18/2014 04:04 PM|
Progressive cattlemen look to the tools of the trade to help benefit the operation. Relying on advanced reproductive technology (ART) is something most operations fail to capitalize on. Extra management, most of the time, will work to an operators advantage.
|44 FARMS TO DONATE 2015 ANGUS FOUNDATION HEIFER|
|09/18/2014 04:03 PM|
The Angus Foundation is pleased to announce 44 Farms, Cameron, Texas, as the 2015 Angus Foundation Heifer Package donor. She sells January 2015 at the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colo.
|IT'S THE PITTS -- TEN THINGS TO LOVE ABOUT COWS|
|09/17/2014 05:53 PM|
Consumers don't make the connection between cows and all the great things they provide. Here's my top ten list of the things I love most about cows.
|NATIONAL JUNIOR BRANGUS SHOW HELD IN TEXAS|
|09/15/2014 05:25 PM|
More than 100 junior Brangus exhibitors traveled up to 1,100 miles one-way to attend this year's 32nd Annual National Junior Brangus Show (NJBS) in Bryan, Texas.
|PRODUCERS FACE CHALLENGE OF KEEPING CATTLE PRODUCTIVE|
|09/12/2014 04:58 PM|
Every cattle operation is affected by sickness and or even death loss in some manner. At this time of the year, when many producers are weaning and transitioning large numbers of calves, this is especially true.
|SOUTHERN PRODUCERS ARE UTILIZING BRANGUS GENETICS|
|09/11/2014 05:26 PM|
When ranchers in the Southern United States are asked to list ideal characteristics for cattle in their operations, they may share several things in common.
|THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- SIX DEGREES OF MITIGATION|
|09/10/2014 03:41 PM|
The distance between villain and tragic figure is often among the shortest in literature and in life.
|PRODUCERS DISCUSS POLICY PRIORITIES|
|09/05/2014 05:33 PM|
Members of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association addressed current policy priorities at the 2014 Cattle Industry Summer Conference in Denver, passing new resolutions and directives for the 2014 Policy Agenda.
|GAME CAMERAS HELP WITH DEER MANAGEMENT|
|09/04/2014 05:24 PM|
A camera that began as a cool gadget for photographing bucks and monitoring food plots or game trails has become an important survey instrument for managing deer populations.
|MSU CONDUCTING WILD HOG RESEARCH|
|09/04/2014 05:23 PM|
Mississippi State University scientists are conducting research to determine the economic impact of wild hog damage to agriculture in Mississippi.
|BLACK INK -- HOMESTRETCH ON THE GRILL|
|09/03/2014 05:46 PM|
As we get ready for preweaning shots and deworming, I think these calves are in the homestretch. They're starting to get a little hay and grain to supplement the fading grass and prepare them for independent life in September.
|TEXAS A&M BEEF CATTLE SHORT COURSE HELD|
|08/28/2014 05:12 PM|
More than 1,500 beef cattle producers from across Texas and abroad gathered at Texas A&M University in College Station for the 60th Beef Cattle Short Course to learn more about cattle production and maximizing profits during times of record prices.
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Re: Blue: Update for SBBF - Branguscowgirl Attorney
Fire Sweep Ranch wrote:Poor Margo.... she has been pulled into this whole ordeal and has no clue, she just wants your love Ron! You better protect her from that jealous girl of yours! Or she will call me on the phone and beg me to bring her back!...
Re: You Think
Brute 23 wrote:Its hard to tell with game camera pics but I think the first one will go 13". He needs at least one, maybe two more years. Second deer needs about 3 yrs still.That second deer will be lucky to make 13 inches if he lives to be a 100....
Re: Nutritional value of the Hay (weeds) being Rolled
Bigfoot wrote:Did your county buy a grinder with settlement money? They could be grinding, and then supplementing. It's actually not a bad way to go, especially with the price of grain right now.Not a grinder. They have a lime spreader, hay wrap...
Re: Got to see my first BSE
The Vet I use for the BSE for the bull sale collects by massage. He is very good at it, he is checking at the same time as getting a sample and they will roll out the Este Lauder for him to check for warts etc at the same time while looking betwee...
Re: Australian Talk.
Yeh things just seem to get busier and busier Jilleroo. All the cows have calved now apart from one straggler, got some ripper calves, heaps of bull calves to select about 10 to keep on. I have done the first round of AI on the heifers and they ar...
Re: Anyone shoot the 300 blackout
Ill have to shoot one. I've got an extra ar that I bought just to hold on to for trade purposes. Maybe, if I like the blackout, I'll change that one over. On the subject, anyone have a recommendation for mounting a nv monocular to the rails? I can...
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