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IT'S THE PITTS -- DON'T LET IT SNOW
02/06/2019 05:52 PM
I hate snow. I know, I know, every ten inches of snow supposedly equals one inch of rain and we all need rain, but a blizzard seems to me to be an awfully inefficient and dangerous way to get your moisture.

NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES CAN CAUSE RETAINED PLACENTA
02/06/2019 05:52 PM
Most cows“clean“ soon after calving, shedding the placental membranes within 2 to 12 hours. If it takes longer than 12 hours, we usually call it a retained placenta or retained fetal membranes.

HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- DOWNSIDE RISK INCREASES
02/06/2019 05:51 PM
“The past few years have been a demand-driven environment where stronger than expected beef demand led to stronger than expected calf and yearling prices,“ says Josh Maples, Extension livestock economist at Mississippi State University, in an early-year issue of In the Cattle Markets.

SANTA GERTRUDIS USING NEW INNOVATIONS TO COMPETE
02/06/2019 05:51 PM
It's been nearly eight decades since the U.S Department of Agriculture (USDA) recognized Santa Gertrudis as a distinctive beef breed.

RENNER JOINS AMERICAN GELBVIEH ASSOC. STAFF
01/24/2019 04:53 PM
The American Gelbvieh Association (AGA) would like to welcome Jake Renner to the staff as member and youth activities coordinator.

ARCADIA BLACK & WHITE BULL SALE AVERAGES $3,038
01/24/2019 04:52 PM
Meadows Creek Farm's 8th Annual “Arcadia Black & White Sale“ was held November 9, 2018 at Arcadia Stockyard, Arcadia, Fla.

FOUR STATES CLASSIC SALE HELD NOVEMBER 25
01/24/2019 04:51 PM
The Four States Classic Cream Of The Crop Fall Sale was held November 24, 2018, in Hope, Ark.

IT'S THE PITTS -- BE NICE
01/22/2019 02:52 PM
People the world over use their fingers to communicate; mostly in rude ways. Hip teenagers and Italians couldn't communicate if they had to wear mittens or a catcher's glove. The problem is this "finger talk" is not universal the world over.

COLOSTRUM IS CRUCIAL TO HEALTH OF NEWBORN CALVES
01/22/2019 02:51 PM
Colostrum is crucial for newborn calves, to provide instant energy and temporary immunity to help fight off diseases.

THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- CHASING HISTORY...AGAIN
01/22/2019 02:50 PM
Hooter hadn't seen Rowdy Finster since a couple of conventions ago.

BLOCKCHAIN INTRODUCED AT FEEDING QUALITY FORUM
01/22/2019 02:49 PM
The IBM brand isn't often associated with the cattle business. But that may change, thanks to the tech giant's IBM Food Trust and its use of blockchain.

BLACK INK -- SIGN READING
01/15/2019 03:29 PM
The sign reads “Welcome to Grant County,” in simple white letters on a small, forest green backdrop. It sits near a creek more than an hour's drive from where I grew up, but every time I see it, I already feel like I'm home. At this landmark, the air begins to smell different and the scenery—though to the untrained eye not seemingly dissimilar to the miles behind—is distinctly more familiar.



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