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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.

HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- BEYOND TRANSPARENCY
06/11/2018 05:16 PM
Arguably, there has never been more opportunity for agricultural production around the world—especially red meat production, and beef production, specifically.

CRIMSON CLASSIC SANTA GERTRUDIS SALE HELD
06/04/2018 04:34 PM
The Crimson Classic Santa Gertrudis Sale was held April 28, 2018 at the Cullman Stockyards, Cullman Ala.

TIMING IS IMPORTANT WHEN DEWORMING CATTLE
05/31/2018 04:51 PM
Warm weather and green grass are right around the corner for most parts of the southern US, and now is the time that we should be thinking about protecting our cattle on pasture.

CIRCLE A RANCH HOSTS 24TH ANNUAL SALE
05/30/2018 04:23 PM
Circle A Angus Ranch, headquartered in Iberia, Mo., was proud to host their 24th annual Spring Bull and Heifer sale offering 315 head sold on March 17th.

BLACK INK -- KEEPING AFTER IT
05/29/2018 05:03 PM
“You're a great mom!” When people say that, I hope it's true.

GRANT AWARDED TO STUDY PRENATAL STRESS IMPACTS
05/25/2018 03:05 PM
A $382,800 federal grant will fund research to identify the impacts of prenatal stress on beef cattle DNA, white blood cells, other tissue and subsequent changes in genetics related to temperament, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientist.

IT'S THE PITTS -- NO WEIGH
05/24/2018 03:46 PM
I have been a bona fide breeder of purebred cattle three different times with three different breeds during three different decades, with a grand total of 17 registered cows. So I am aware of the importance of performance data and record keeping.

TANNER FARMS SALE HELD MARCH 10, 2018
05/23/2018 03:33 PM
Green grass and balmy spring weather greeted the crowd on hand to participate in their annual Spring Bull Sale in Wiggins, Miss. Fifty-nine buyers from five states found the well conditioned bulls and bred heifers to their liking.



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Breeding / Calving Issues ? Re: hip locked
Once we got the calfs body parallel with the ground and not dropped down towards the ground in an arch and then with a good pull she came out, so I am thinking that the lifting of the calf jiggled ...

Breeding / Calving Issues ? Re: Pulling Poor Doing Calves ?
I hate to say it but best thing to do is cut your losses and sell as a pair. If the mama is that bad sxlebarn will split them to bring more. Next option would be what JMJ suggested pen them and fee...

Coffee Shop ? Re: what are you listening to right now
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Health & Nutrition ? Re: Calves have a cough ?? What do I do ?
Are these calves acting sick or just coughing? Are their ears low and droopy? Do they cough all the time or just when eating hay and feed? I?m with Kenny on the LA200 not doing much. I?ve had some ...

Every Thing Else Board ? Re: Chickenless heads.
Sounds more like man than animal..

Health & Nutrition ? Re: When is a Bull Calf too big to band?
BRYANT wrote:
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Never! Have banded many 1000+ lb bulls with California bander. Will dry up and fall off in half the time if slit...



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