|LANDOWNERS NEED LIABILITY KNOWLEDGE|
|02/26/2014 05:14 PM|
Landowners and farmers need to educate themselves about liability issues related to people on their land, regardless of insurance, signs or fees.
|GOALS ESTABLISH BULL BUYING CRITERIA|
|02/26/2014 05:13 PM|
Selecting herd bulls is not an easy task. Identifying production goals is often the first step in identifying potential herd bulls.
|INTERNATIONAL BRANGUS BREEDERS ASSOCIATION ELECTS NEW BOARD MEMBERS|
|02/26/2014 05:12 PM|
The International Brangus Breeders Association (IBBA) recently elected four new directors to serve a three-year term on the IBBA Board of Directors.
|GRASSLANDS ARE HEALTHIEST WHEN THEY ARE GRAZED|
|02/25/2014 05:18 PM|
Grasslands are healthiest when grazed. The periodic mowing stimulates new growth, and manure/urine from the grazing animals (and trampling of grass to provide litter) adds the necessary nutrients to the soil to make the grassland more productive.
|FERTILIZATION/WEED CONTROL JUMP STARTS GRAZING SYSTEM|
|02/25/2014 05:17 PM|
Escalating costs of production have forced producers to look for efficiency any where on the ranch to help keep these figures in check. Forage production, although not free, can limit the need for expensive grain and supplements the cow herd needs to maintain production goals.
|THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- POOF AND AWE -- PART II|
|02/24/2014 05:41 PM|
No one in the audience noticed, but Hooter could tell the bonk on the noggin rattled Squeak, who tottered on his way back to the makeshift stage.
|REPRODUCTION EFFICIENCY CRITICAL TO PROFITABILITY|
|02/24/2014 05:40 PM|
One thing that most cow/calf producers can attest to is that in order to be profitable you have to get cows bred and get them bred efficiently.
|IT'S THE PITTS -- TITANIC TWO|
|02/24/2014 05:39 PM|
It must have been very embarrassing for the 74 scientists, who meant to go to Antarctica to validate global warming theories, when the Russian ship they were on got stuck in ice ten feet thick far from where it should NOT have been if the polar cap was melting.
|BREATHING ISSUES CAN BE A PROBLEM FOR NEWBORN CALVES|
|02/11/2014 05:31 PM|
All baby calves are born with some degree of respiratory acidosis. Respiratory acidosis is the buildup of by-products of carbon dioxide and a deficiency of oxygen.
|PRODUCERS MUST KEEP A WATCHFUL EYE ON HERDS|
|02/10/2014 05:46 PM|
Close observation of cattle herds is considered good animal husbandry.
|MYCOTOXINS CAN BE A PROBLEM FOR PRODUCERS|
|02/04/2014 05:26 PM|
In Part 1 of this series we began a review of mycotoxins and their effects in cattle. Before going on here in part 2, let's consider more background on mycotoxins.
|IT'S THE PITTS -- BEN WAS RIGHT|
|02/04/2014 05:25 PM|
I suppose it's treasonous for me to say this but I can think of at least three animals that deserve to be on our national emblem and our money more than the bald eagle.
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Re: One time at banned camp
branguscowgirl wrote:Mountain_Fork wrote:greybeard wrote:Been gone a few days--computer trouble.I'm really really confused with this thread.I started the thread and I aint sure what happened and I promised the mods I'd play nice It's all over now...
Re: New Bull
He's dirty and he's standing in straw so I can't say how he looks! What are you hiding? Seriously, he looks great! I like him!
Re: Now here's a shocker for ya.
kucala5 wrote:I'm lost. Liz is a newbie to the forum. Why the snark?No worries kucala5. I haven't been around long, and they haven't started on me yet! (It's not a "newbie" thing in other words.) It is just a Liz and Sirloin thing. I have to adm...
Re: Should I buy these heifers? Im a newbie
I just sold some 650 weight heifers that we're open for 1100 dollars so the price you're talk in about is a great deal. Do you mind sharing us the bulls info? We might give you some insight as to how his calves will do when bred to heifers.Kyle
Re: Chevron Delo 400
Use Schaeffer lubricants, they are the best, little more money but worth it.
Re: Cows and poor hay, a couple of questions.
Hook wrote:herofan wrote:Hook wrote:Sometimes there's no way they'll eat, and sometimes the cows are just being picky. I won't let them starve trying to make them eat it. that's been my question, will cattle actually let themselves go hungry while...
Re: Now This is a 22 magnum
Cb with my 22hornet I am getting 2971 fps with 14 gr lil'gun powder 40 gr hornady vmax and 6 1/2 Remington primers.Cal
Re: Another farm accident
Glad to hear things turned out ok, it can go wrong in a heartbeat.Larry
Re: Problems with a New Sire....
They look great Randi! Sounds like you have been workin hard.
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