|IT'S THE PITTS -- HOME IS WHERE THE HOG IS|
|01/23/2015 05:52 PM|
When I was a youngster, in the formative stages of my life, the place where I resided was the home of the most hated hog in America. Pancakes was her name and she was by far the smartest animal I have ever raised.
|USE OF EGG PROTEINS CAN HELP PRODUCE A STRONG, HEALTHY CALF|
|01/21/2015 04:03 PM|
Virtually every cattleman will tell you that the success of his operation is dependent on producing healthy, productive replacements. The nutrition and health management of newborn calves is a constant topic of concern, and every producer is looking for a cost-effective, magic combination of products and practices that result in healthy calves on a consistent basis.
|BLACK INK -- HIGH STEAKS|
|01/15/2015 05:40 PM|
You get what you pay for is a saying that often assumes limitations. It comes to mind when you or a friend find disappointment in a supposed bargain.
|GENETRUST AT CHIMNEY ROCK SALE HELD OCTOBER 31 - NOVEMBER 1|
|01/13/2015 05:25 PM|
A capacity crowd met one of the most complete offerings of Brangus genetics in history with great enthusiasm, as Bill and Gail Davis hosted their 8th annual two-day event where attendees have come to expect their combination of outstanding cattle and one of a kind hospitality.
|IT'S THE PITTS -- PET SCANS|
|01/12/2015 05:33 PM|
Our health care system really has gone to the dogs.
|ALL-NATURAL VS. ORGANIC: WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES?|
|01/09/2015 05:41 PM|
Seldom does a week go by that I don't get a question or have a discussion concerning all-natural programs, organic programs or a comparison of the two.
|HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- TOP STORIES IN 2015|
|01/06/2015 05:23 PM|
Forecasting the ultimate drivers of cattle prices in the new year, let alone their specific effects, is as unknowable as looking in the rearview mirror is certain. However, you can make a strong case for these being part of the conversation this year, in no particular order.
|CATTLEFAX WEBINAR TO BE HELD JANUARY 21|
|12/31/2014 04:00 PM|
Cow-calf producers are at a fork in the road, according to CattleFax, the global leader in beef industry research, analysis and information.
|IT'S THE PITTS -- YES, THERE'S A SANTA CLAUS|
|12/23/2014 05:06 PM|
Twas' the night before Christmas and the family was en-route to grandma's house. As they motored through the intersection of a small sleepy town the ill mannered child in the back seat yelled into his father's ear, "It's him, it's him, it's Santa Claus."
|PROPER PROTEIN FEEDING IMPORTANT IN BEEF CATTLE|
|12/23/2014 05:05 PM|
In the last issue we began a series taking another, new, look at protein and its very important role as a nutrient in cattle diets. Protein is an extremely important part of the breeding program for both cows and bulls as well as growing and developing calves.
|COYOTES ARE WILY PREDATORS AND PESTS|
|12/23/2014 05:04 PM|
Before 1965, coyotes did not live in southern states east of the Mississippi River.
|THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- BLESSED BE THE WORKERS|
|12/15/2014 05:38 PM|
If it wasn't risking life and limb to string Aunt Pinky's ancient, endless strings of Christmas lights, it was canvassing the country for a camel to round out the Christmas pageant.
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Re: Mortality rate in a herd
thank goodness we really havent lost but maybe 2 cows in the last 3yrs.we lost a cow a while back that got snake bit.got a cow with a bad eye will prolly loose her sooner or later.
Re: Winchester 73 found by a tree
a juniper tree.
Re: What's your line in the sand for accuracy?
Im sure there are calving ease simmentals, chars, gelveigh, etc. I had a heifer that was full gelveigh bred to angus. I didn't think the calf was quite as vigours as others. 1 critter don't give a very good test either.
Re: 4h steer
miss hd those steers are looking real good.with him eating 32lbs a day he should be finished out nicely by show day.
My favorite is near my place in Austin. It's got an old tractor shed laced with deer racks. I allways wished to speak with the fellow who use to own it. It's like walking back in time for me....
Re: Deworming question
I'll see if I can locate one. Thanks.
Re: Square Hay Baler
turklilley wrote:It is a good practice to clean it. I mean to do it each year, but it gets neglected sometimes. The bale chamber in mine got rusty and pitted from failure to clean it. Then when you want to hurry and bale, you have problems.A clean...
Re: Keep one drop one
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