Farm production has continued to shift to larger farms. In 1991, 31% of the value of U.S. farm production came from farms with at least $1 million in sales. By 2015, that number had grown to 51%.
What will calves and feeder cattle fetch five years from now? Ten years? That depends on a lot of things, but two different outlooks took all the factors into consideration and came up with very different conclusions.
Notwithstanding the advent of widespread, long-term drought or some unexpected economic crisis, current demand levels — and growing international demand — make it hard to see a trough as deep as some forecasts suggest.
Newborn calves that have been exposed to exceedingly cold temperatures may become hypothermic or at least extremely stressed. What’s the quickest method to re-warm them?
You can use relevant tools to change mature cow size. But, before you do so, be sure to examine the strategies and tools available, and the unintended consequences of ignoring them.
Producers used a lot of hay last year, leading to lower year-end inventories. With continued drought this year, what’s in store?
For a cow-calf producer, there’s not another disease that comes close to the economic impact of trich. Here’s a primer on what trich is, how to avoid it and what to do if your herd contracts it.
The manure and waste hay at a single feeding site can produce more than 1 million stable flies.
Carrie’s Column: Fifteen minutes on the hoof trimmer’s turn table, and Cow 60 is good for another season of calving.
Listed below are 280 commonly used cattle feedstuffs and their nutritional breakdown.