Beef prices dropped a few dollars for the week ending August 16, but that really stimulated the beef sales volume, which jumped almost 1,000 loads as retailers order product for Labor Day and out-front sales for later in September....More
Keith Hansen, Consulting Nutritionist from Nutrition Service Associates, discusses the value of implanting cattle and factors to consider when developing implant protocols to maximize producer gains in today’s market....More
It’s been a rainier-than-normal summer for parts of the country and that makes putting up hay a challenge. In this week’s roundup of top headlines, you can learn how to make hay when the sun isn’t shining, plus get updates on a challenge to Utah’s ag-gag law and watch a video that explains EPA’s regulatory overreach.
While respiratory viruses can cause bovine respiratory disease (BRD) on their own, they also can compromise the immune system that normally protects cattle against bacteria, allowing bacteria to attack their host and cause severe cases of BRD....More