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IT IS BETTER TO TEST THAN GUESS ON MINERALS FOR HERD
04/18/2018 05:21 PM
Beef cows, especially the “easy keepers,” seem to make a living on a wide mix of forages across the country and for most of the year. Trouble in the form of mineral and vitamin deficiencies could lurk below that outward appearance, costing hundreds of dollars in production losses.

NEW TECHNOLOGIES MAKE BEEF PRODUCTION EASIER
04/17/2018 05:35 PM
It seems like there is a modern technology introduced for use in the beef industry almost every day.

LITTLE W CHAROLAIS SALE HELD MARCH 24TH IN TENNESSEE
04/13/2018 04:24 PM
The Little W Charolais Sale was held March 24 in Lebanon, Tenn.

GOOD NUTRITION IS THE KEY TO HEALTHY DEER HERDS
04/13/2018 04:23 PM
Researchers at the Mississippi State University Deer Lab have one simple answer to almost every question land managers ask: Nutrition.

IT'S THE PITTS -- THE COWBOY ARTS
04/11/2018 03:22 PM
I'm proud to say that I was a vocational student, even though the rest of my high school looked down on us and we were quarantined far from the regular campus.

BIOSECURITY MEASURES IMPORTANT PART OF HERD HEALTH
04/10/2018 03:19 PM
Maintaining optimum herd health depends on many things—including a good nutrition program, vaccination, and minimizing the possibilities for new diseases to enter the herd. One of the most common ways that new diseases come into a herd is with new animals. Biosecurity measures are an important part of disease prevention.

THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- SOMETHING NEW
04/09/2018 03:40 PM
Spend enough time around livestock and the people tending them and you'll come to figure you've seen it all…until you once again witness something you never imagined.

BE CAREFUL WHEN TURNING OUT COWS ON SPRING GRASS
04/06/2018 03:35 PM
The snow might be still flying throughout much of the country, but it won't be long before cattle producers are thinking about turning pairs out to pasture. Although that lush green grass seems appealing, there are hidden concerns that producers need to remember when turning out their cows.

SELLERS NEED BETTER PROTECTION FROM PAYMENT DEFAULT
04/05/2018 03:05 PM
Could you afford not getting paid for this year's calf crop? What if after all the time and money invested, your work as a producer resulted in a bad check for your calves? No paycheck on what should have been your annual payday.

PRODUCERS MUST PLAN BEST CALVING SEASON
04/04/2018 04:49 PM
It is important to decide the time of year you would like your calves to arrive.

BLACK INK -- FAKE NEWS
04/04/2018 04:48 PM
Fake news is as old as Adam, Eve and the apple. At least we've learned not to trust a snake.

IMPROVE HERD EFFICIENCY TO TAKE OPERATION TO THE NEXT LEVEL
03/30/2018 04:46 PM
Being a successful cattle producer requires taking a "systems approach" to management. In other words, there are many aspects of our beef cattle operation that we can look at to determine where efficiencies can be improved to help take us to the next level.



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Recipes and Cooking ? Re: What are you eating today?
That's why I decided to try to learn to make my own. Nearest place I know of to get them on a regular basis, is right at 100 miles from me too. Brenham or Caldwell.

Breeding / Calving Issues ? Re: Second chance or cull?
tom4018 wrote:
I told them and they don?t seem concerned.
She is not registered. She was purchased out of our county cattlemen?s assocation sale. My loss.....

Share your loss, breed her and put her b...

Breeds Board ? Re: BEST SQUEEZE CHUTE?
My preference is my Priefert S04. The cage is good, but a little light.

Beginners Board ? Re: A couple of pictures
Nice looking

Breeds Board ? Re: Southeast Classic Sale Catalog
Gizmo, nice cattle! I?m not familiar with the angus EPDs, but one thing I?m looking to add to both my Sim herd and my commercial limos is milk and size moderation, without putting heifers in jeop...



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