As the frontier of genomics becomes increasingly mapped, many questions arise in the minds of commercial cow-calf producers, mainly how to make it all make money.
The promise of genetic editing is that it enables the deletion or insertion of a couple of base pairs in the DNA sequence of a bull or cow already proven for genetic merit in other areas.
What are your cattle operations genetic goals? There's plenty at stake if you don't know them, or even worse, don't have any.
Artificial insemination is an underutilized tool in the commercial cow-calf sector. Here’s how it could add value to your operation.
A first-calf heifer must nurse her new calf and rebreed in a timely fashion, all while reaching her brood cow body weight. Here are four tips for helping her achieve these tasks.