|UNDERSTANDING FORAGE AND FIBER DIGESTION IS A DAUNTING TASK|
|05/21/2013 05:53 PM|
Over the last few weeks we have been taking an in-depth look at forage quality and fiber digestion in beef cattle. It becomes obvious that this is not a simple subject and that developing a comprehensive understanding of forage and fiber digestion and utilization in cattle (ruminants) is a daunting task.
|BUYERS FROM 12 STATES POWER SALACOA VALLEY FEMALE AND BULL SALE|
|05/21/2013 05:51 PM|
Brangus seedstock demand continues to build across the country. Salacoa Valley Farms We Run the Numbers Sale saw perfect spring weather and a torrid and steady demand for registered Brangus Females and Bulls.
|ZIPPERER BEEFMASTERS: JUST GETTING STARTED . . . FOR THE SECOND TIME AROUND|
|05/20/2013 05:05 PM|
By the time most cattle producers reach their 78th birthday, they are looking for ways to slow down and retire from the cattle business. But Jennie Lee Zipperer is an exception to that rule. She is just getting started
..for the second time around.
|RFD-TV TO RE-BROADCAST BEEFMASTER FEATURE|
|05/20/2013 05:04 PM|
On April 8, 2013 Beefmaster Breeders United (BBU) and RFD-TV's The American Rancher premiered an episode featuring the Beefmaster cattle breed and it received positive feedback by Beefmaster breeders, RFD-TV viewers and the general public. Due to the huge success of the episode's premiere on April 8, 2013 the two groups have decided to re-air the episode once again on Mon., May 27, 2013 at 8 p.m. Central Standard Time (CST).
|LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS SHOULD EXPECT BRIGHT FUTURE|
|05/16/2013 05:12 PM|
More efficient land use, a stalled demand for corn ethanol and increased demand for meat in developing countries should help boost the livestock industry in coming years, according to a Purdue University agricultural economist.
|BEEF AND FORAGE FIELD DAY SET FOR MAY 18|
|05/16/2013 05:11 PM|
Cattle producers in Mississippi and Louisiana can learn about cattle health issues and forage weed control measures during a May 18 event in south Mississippi.
|GOOD QUALITY FORAGES ARE THE MAIN ASSET OF ANY CATTLE OPERATION|
|05/14/2013 05:49 PM|
Forages, especially forages of good quality are the main asset of any cattle operation. Forages affect individual animal performance regardless of age, sex, type, class, etc.
|IT'S THE PITTS -- DROP 'EM MISTER|
|05/14/2013 05:48 PM|
Some people are just an accident waiting to happen. Take my friend ReRide for example. Getting hurt is ReRide's achilles heel, which is about the only part of his body he hasn't broken, strained, cut, burned or shattered.
|HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- SLOW GO|
|05/13/2013 05:48 PM|
By now, dwindling cattle supplies were supposed to be pushing prices into the ballpark of profitability. Instead, the wide-spread, lengthy pre-spring weather and continued losses in the feedlot sector have stalled the promise.
|ALABAMA BCIA HONORS HARRELL WATTS, JR.|
|05/13/2013 05:47 PM|
The Alabama Beef Cattle Improvement Association (BCIA) recently honored Harrell Watts, Jr. as the 2012 Richard Deese Award recipient during their Annual Meeting and Awards Program held in conjunction with the 70th Annual Alabama Cattlemen's Association Convention in Birmingham on March 23.
|RESEARCHERS EXPLORE STRATEGIES TO TIME HEIFER PUBERTY|
|04/29/2013 12:12 PM|
Cattle producers typically wean replacement heifers at seven months of age and raise them with limited nutritional input before their first breeding.
|BLACK INK -- CARE ABOUT THE COWS|
|04/29/2013 12:12 PM|
When I was 10, my job was chicken chores. Feeding, watering, gathering eggs and occasionally cleaning out for a flock of 800 hens. I hated it, and the egg count showed it: maybe 60 percent yield.
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Re: California banned new gun sales today!
kenny thomas wrote:Give us a little history of how things happened in Canada to get to the point you are now.#1) A lunatic walked into a college in Montreal (Frenchie liberal land) in '89 and killed 14 women with a semi-auto.#2) The women's groups...
Re: Bulldozer Question
skyhightree1 wrote:Denver I have a jd 450 thats the only jd I had before this one. I normally just run my cat and my dozer operator told me this is a good one to use to clear so I bought it I have never ran it or been on it Its on a job since the ...
Re: Grass killing Cattle ??
whats Burdock ?
Re: New cows finding water
herefordlover wrote:4 things cows will always find....by herefordlover1 fresh grass on the other side of a fence with nice grass on there side2 water3 salt4 an open gate that u dotn want them threw or a hole in the fence u was just around 2 hours ...
Re: Yet another fence question--for Northern and Ca folks
Thanks Canadians--I will pass this on to him. (He was considering tying a big heavy rock to each post.) I can't laugh at him much--he has a bad back, and has had both a stroke and heart attack in the last few years--he's doing things the best he ...
Re: Pregnant heifer? Need some help
These are all pictures from about a month ago so she has grown a little and has changed alot as far as belly girth and udder size. I'll try and get some pics up soon. I'll also be posting quite a few pictures in teh begginers board just because I ...
Re: If you find a good fence company stick with them
Sounds alot like Premier to me..lmao
Re: Any places that rent tree shears in Texas
What about a mulcher ? I cleared 40 acres that had been clear cut for 5 years . Took me 16 hours . It grinds everything down to the dirt .
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