|NUTRITION OF REPLACEMENTS KEY TO PRODUCTIVITY|
|06/29/2015 02:55 PM|
The replacement heifer is the foundation of a productive cowherd, and it is important to give her the best chance at having a long and productive life in the herd.
|THE BRAHMAN F1 WORKS WELL FOR SOUTHERN PRODUCERS|
|06/29/2015 02:46 PM|
Across the United States, the makeup of commercial cow herds varies to fit various environments. In the South, increased heat and humidity require cattle that are able to perform in these conditions.
|IT'S THE PITTS -- LITTLE CHUCK|
|06/19/2015 03:22 PM|
Chipoltle wants their pork to come from free-rooting hogs who eat non GMO rations and sleep in deeply bedded barns and Panera Bread came out with a No-No list of things they want no part of, including artificial preservatives, colors, sweeteners and flavors.
|MAKE PLANS TO ATTEND JUNIOR BRAHMAN SHOW|
|06/19/2015 03:15 PM|
Don't miss the largest family event in the Brahman breed July 6-11, 2015, at the Four States Fairgrounds in Texarkana, Ark.
|ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS CAN INCREASE HOOF ISSUES|
|06/18/2015 03:50 PM|
It has only been recently that much of the cattleman's concerns focused on drought and widespread lack of moisture needed to grow pastures and forages. These conditions remain in many parts of the country. However, other areas including widespread parts of the southern US have enjoyed substantial if not excessive rainfalls over recent weeks and months. While this greatly improves forage growing conditions in these areas, a host of other problems develop with the high, sustained moisture levels.
|GENETRUST AT CAVENDER'S NECHES RIVER RANCH SALE HELD APRIL 25|
|06/18/2015 03:49 PM|
An enthusiastic crowd full of familiar faces, as well as breeders new to the Brangus breed, filled the sale pavilion at Cavender's Neches River Ranch to appraise a tremendously youthful offering of registered and commercial Brangus females.
|THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- P.R. AND OTHER HORRORS|
|06/16/2015 04:00 PM|
Anyone who knows G.W. understands that he would rather use a toothbrush to scrub the inside of a squeeze chutein subzero weatherthan have anyone entertain the possibility that he's not taking care of business.
|HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- BEEF DEMAND HOLDS UP AGAINST INCREASING COMPETITION|
|05/21/2015 05:10 PM|
Large year-over-year increases in U.S. chicken and pork production have been a theme across all meat and poultry markets, and rightly so. Those increases, compounded by lackluster exports, have dropped wholesale pork and chicken prices dramatically, say analysts with the Livestock marketing Information Center (LMIC), in the organization's recent Livestock Monitor.
|NEVER TOO SOON TO PLAN FOR HAY AND PASTURE NEEDS|
|05/21/2015 05:09 PM|
For many producers the last four or five years have been particularly challenging, especially when it came to providing for the forage needs of the cow herd.
|IT'S THE PITTS -- NOW WHAT DO I DO?|
|05/11/2015 05:40 PM|
I hope I never have to retire because, quite frankly, I'm not very good at it. My friends can't understand why I don't want to retire while I can't understand why they worked their entire lives doing something they can't wait to quit.
|HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- ELEPHANT LESSONS|
|05/07/2015 05:16 PM|
If you ever wondered how important it is for cattle producers to take seriously even the most preposterous allegations levied by activist groups, consider the long winding road involving circus elephants.
|PRODUCERS MIGHT WANT TO CONSIDER CREEP FEEDING|
|05/05/2015 05:49 PM|
Creep feeding, like so many management practices, has been around for a long time. In the current cattle markets, with the value of calves at all-time highs, producing the extra pounds of beef can pay substantial dividends.
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Re: COOL, importing foreign beef & the producers response?
I agree with you Lucky I don't want nothing to do with fsa or nrcs.
Re: Rubic's Gates
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Re: Opinions on this replacement
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Re: What hot fescue looks like
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Re: Rotational grazing
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Re: 3 month old heifers
As always, your animals are amazing. She sure is eye candy!
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