How to get the most out of your limited hay supply Mar 15, 2018 With the possibility of a dry spring leading to an even drier summer, getting the most out of your hay is critical. What you need to know about Trich – a nasty (and expensive) problem Mar 08, 2018 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. Fighting the (never-ending) brush battle Oct 30, 2017 Keeping the brush invasion under control is a lifetime endeavor. Know your calves and your market to add value Apr 20, 2017 You may think your calves are top of the market. But will buyers who are facing tight profit margins agree? Pounding parasites, vaccinating pay off Mar 28, 2017 Combining good deworming and vaccination programs works wonders for a Texas High Plains rancher. Balancing act: New National Corn Growers Association president also runs cattle Dec 23, 2016 The new president of NCGA, Wesley Spurlock of Stratford, Texas, has a invested interest in both the corn and the cattle business.