Failure to vaccinate puts more reliance on antibiotics to treat bovine respiratory disease (BRD) after it strikes.
It seems unlikely that bovine viral diarrhea (BVD) virus could be made to disappear, but a group of veterinarians, producers, and industry leaders are considering it.
Jimmy Taylor has been using DNA tests to select replacement heifers for three years. He is already seeing higher-scoring heifers come through his replacement pipeline.
$100 more per cow! Experts give tips for adding a measly 50 pounds to weaning weights at low or no cost.
Farmers have more visitors on their farms than ever before. Exactly what is your risk if an accident or injury happens?
Remember the Brylcreem ad jingle, “A little dab’ll do ya”? Well, just a little dab of dicamba in your sprayer or product that moves off-target can cause foliar injury to soybeans.
Wendy’s executives make an appearance at the Cattle Industry Convention to thank cattlemen for producing quality beef.
The CattleFax annual outlook report takes a short- and long-term look at what’s ahead for the livestock industry.
During the 24th Annual Cattlemen’s College this week in Nashville, thought-provoking sessions explore a variety of topics that are top of mind for livestock producers.
As the Cattle Industry Convention kicks off in Nashville today, beef producers share their thoughts on the recent directives from President Trump.