Thursday, July 9, 2020
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2020 has been a year of change. Maybe it's time change hit a little closer to home. Use these tips to make positive changes on your cattle farm or ranch.

Nicole Lane Erceg reminds readers that just as cattlemen have made it through tough times in the past, they shall make it through current struggles as well.

The cattle of tomorrow are being bred with more and more precision, and the rate of improvement can increase.

Learn how to determine the nutritional value of forage, how to choose necessary supplements and how to determine supplement costs.

The Carroll County Sheriff's Office is investigating a cow mutilation in the Mace Road area. Three cattle were beaten by an unknown person.

Plan ahead for the winter season to keep your cows in an adequate Body Condition Score (BCS) range prior to calving.

In an industry where 75% Choice is barely average, cattle need to start with genetics that can reach higher grades than yesterday.

Supplementing cattle feed with seaweed could significantly reduce methane belched by livestock, but it may not be a realistic strategy.

Not only has pinkeye (Moraxella Bovis) reared its ugly head again this year, it has brought its bigger, tougher brother, Moraxella Bovoculi, to the fight.

Gain a better understanding of how new beef industry requirements have impacted antibiotic and ionophore usage in cattle over the past three years.
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