For the first time, BEEF magazine’s Seedstock 100 offers a gallery of photos that illustrate the best seedstock and top seedstock operations the industry has to offer. You will see a wide variety of photos from the Southeast to the mountains of Montana. In between, you will see the familiar site of a cattle drive down a country road.
The numbers tell the tale, and a story a decade in the making tells a tale of remarkable genetic improvement in the Red Angus breed. By comparing the 100 most-used sires from the reported 2015 vs....More
Commercial cow-calf producers are starting to realize that genomics can provide insights about economically important traits in the “unseen world” that can help drive better herd management, breeding decisions and profitability....More
County and state fair season is upon us. What are your views on programs like 4-H and FFA? Do you believe these programs teach kids about the commercial cattle business, or is it all fluff? That’s the discussion on today’s BEEF Daily blog....More
Dogs are often beloved members of ranch families, but too often, they are poorly trained and are more pesky tag-alongs than valuable assistance when working cattle. Here are three tips for training your cow dog to work livestock....More
Whether you love it or loathe it, heat detecting is an important part of getting cows and replacement heifers bred. Here are five great reads on the topic of heat detecting to check out while you watch for cycling females....More