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HEAT STRESS CAN IMPACT REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE
07/16/2018 05:49 PM
Many cattle producers are changing their calving season to late spring/early summer instead of late winter, to get away from labor-intensive calving during cold weather.

CALF CASTRATION SHOULD BE DONE AT A YOUNG AGE
07/16/2018 05:49 PM
One of the questions that I hear the most concerning castration is; when should I castrate my calves Doc?

HORN FLIES CAN CAUSE BIG PROBLEMS FOR PRODUCERS
07/16/2018 05:48 PM
Horn flies are little bugs that can cause big trouble for beef producers. Wet and mild conditions this spring made for ideal breeding conditions for horn flies and, as temperatures rose in May, they showed up quickly in full force.

HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- LOTS OF GENETIC OPPORTUNITY REMAINS
07/16/2018 05:47 PM
Peruse the genetic evaluation of any widely-used beef breed today. Genetic progress over time, for some traits, is nothing short of remarkable.

IT'S THE PITTS -- DON'T BE THESE PEOPLE
07/16/2018 05:47 PM
I've been in some form of the auction business for 45 years and have viewed auctions from all perspectives, from buyer, consignor, ring man, auctioneer, clerk, sale manager, etc. So I speak from some experience when I say there are some folks we'd just as soon NOT show up at an auction.

DEEP SOUTH BRAHMAN ASSOCIATION HOSTS SUCCESSFUL SALE
07/13/2018 12:30 PM
The Deep South Brahman Association held its Annual Brahman & F-1 Sale at Meridian Livestock, Inc. in Meridian, Mississippi on April 21, 2018.

BRAHMAN F1 IS A GOOD SOLUTION FOR THE SOUTH
07/12/2018 10:20 AM
Across the United States, the makeup of commercial cow herds varies to fit various environments. In the South, increased heat and humidity require cattle that are able to perform in these conditions. The ability of Brahman cattle to withstand these conditions allowed the breed to become a staple of commercial cattle production in the Deep South.

CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT IS A FAMILY PHILOSOPHY AT KEMPFER CATTLE CO.
07/12/2018 10:19 AM
You might think that after 120 years of ranching in one place, your family has it down — figured it all out, knows everything about it. If so, you're not a Kempfer.

GRASS-FED BEEF WORKSHOP TO BE HELD IN TENNESSEE
06/19/2018 04:45 PM
For the third consecutive year, University of Tennessee Extension will offer producers a “one-stop” opportunity to learn about producing and marketing grass-fed and pasture-raised beef.

IT'S THE PITTS -- WHITE TRUCK SYNDROME
06/15/2018 04:33 PM
My wonderful wife is the picture of perfect health with only one known ailment: she suffers from what is known in the medical community as "white coat syndrome."

GENETRUST @ CAVENDER'S SALE HELD APRIL 28TH
06/13/2018 04:33 PM
A large crowd greeted the GENETRUST crew on April 28th at the picturesque Neches River Ranch to procure one of the top offerings of Brangus females in America in 2018.

SEARCHING FOR EXCELLENCE AT KALLION FARMS
06/12/2018 05:39 PM
Kallion means "better" in Greek, and progressive, young cattleman Grant Vassberg has committed himself to making his cattle and the industry better, one Brahman at a time.



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Grasses, Pastures and Hay ? Re: Hay Shortage
backhoeboogie wrote:
Caustic Burno wrote:Bright Raven wrote:If it continues like this over a large part of the nation, there is going to be a hay shortage that is going to put some heavy pressure on...

Gardening ? Re: okra
JMJ Farms wrote:
ga.prime wrote:M-5 wrote:Take switch and beat the leaves damaging them some. . Trust me, what do you have to loose they are not producing now.

Many years ago I had a garden beside ...

Grasses, Pastures and Hay ? Re: Drill in alfalfa or start over new?
NonTypicalCPA wrote:
Sounds like drilling into the grass is the way I'm going. Would early August be too early? Weatherman says the hottest days of summer are over with cooler weather expected the...

Breeds Board ? Re: My favorite little heifer...
Chris H wrote:
You folks with red tinged black cattle, how much copper is in your loose mineral? I have Herefords, went with a mineral mix with 2500 ppm copper and my Herfs got a rich red coat, exc...

Every Thing Else Board ? Re: Sleep Apnea
hurleyjd wrote:
I am going to try what every the Doctor says I need. Was told could lease a machine to try. Let you know what ever happens.


If your results are like mine you will ask why you waited t...

Breeds Board ? Re: Black British whites
Large registered operation about 15 miles from me, I never seen any solid black ones. They had a lot of F-1 Brimmer crosses a while back.

http://www.texasbritishwhitecattle.com



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