Ten years ago, only 3.5% of the cattle possessed an electronic tag. That’s now closer to 17%. Meanwhile, the percentage of animals that possess no ID is half the rate of 10 years ago.
Bringing the various sides in the animal ID debate together to find middle ground continues to be a huge challenge. But it’s a challenge we must meet.
Idaho veterinarian shares six ideas that helped him build his business.
Cannabinoids such as those in marijuana act as anti-inflammatory, analgesic agents and are naturally formed by the body. They seem to be formed especially from omega-3 fatty acids.
Weaned and preconditioned calves can bring more dollars at sale time. Here’s how to make that a possibility.
In the ongoing debate about how well you care for the environment, check out this week’s Trending Headlines to read a great first-hand account about the many ways ranchers and farmers are true environmentalists.
If we can show our clients how to keep better health records, we should see increased profitability and more job satisfaction.
Wintertime is the time lice come out to play. Consider treating your cattle for lice in October to prevent infestations in January. Or better yet? Cull those cows that always carry it.
Research shows that a 45-day post-weaning program is best for calf health.