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Condition scoring, management of beef cows can minimize later challenges Commented on: 1 week ago (January 16, 2015)

For the manual on "How To" attain the correct body condition scores........

The end of COOL is certain, but it sure is taking a long time to die Commented on: 1 week ago (January 16, 2015)

Mr. Socks........there is one hell of a difference between product labeling and government mandated product labeling. As far as I know....there is NO law against labeling a product's origin.

9 ranch management concepts to improve your ranch Commented on: 2 weeks ago (January 9, 2015)

Another terrific article with good advice.

Sporadic cow supplementation is better than no supplementation Commented on: 2 weeks ago (January 9, 2015)

Reasonable article.....very BAD headline. Often NO supplementation is preferable. All depends on the situation. Of course IF your goals are to keep the feed companies in business......then.....

Beef producers pull together to better serve our customers Commented on: 2 weeks ago (January 9, 2015)

Nice Ad.

Simplot uses targeted crossbreeding for more efficient cattle Commented on: 2 weeks ago (January 9, 2015)

RIGHT PLAN........(The goals include matching cattle to the environment, maximizing hybrid vigor, producing high-quality carcasses, and improving feed efficiency and versatility.)


Don’t worry about beef’s adversaries; satisfy our consumers Commented on: 6 weeks ago (December 13, 2014)

Good idea on pain management. OF COURSE......heat and cold stress are of concern.......with the wrong type of genetics being used by a majority of producers.

Agriculture can’t allow outsiders to define sustainability Commented on: 7 weeks ago (December 4, 2014)

“These multinational food chains suddenly decide they need to grow a conscience. They know nothing about a subject so they outsource their conscience and hand the job over to an organisation that...

Beef cattle genomics come full circle Commented on: 7 weeks ago (December 4, 2014)

There are alternatives to high cost - high input genetics that tend toward making money for the feedlot.......rather than the commercial cow-calf producer....


"Big Fat Surprise" Author Talks About Importance Of Beef In Dietary Guidelines Commented on: 8 weeks ago (November 28, 2014)

"We must demand that the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee abides by science and checks its bias at the door when it comes to formulating the nation’s dietary guidelines."


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