The cattle industry has a broad genetic base with literally hundreds of breeds. Here are three you don’t see every day.
A new study shows that water troughs are a conduit for the spread of E.coli in cattle. Find tips on reducing the bacteria.
A program in Iowa provides women with advanced education in beef or dairy farming. They learn about their operations in a unique way.
A new tool helps producers monitor weather-related stress levels on cattle. It measures the severity and duration of extreme heat or cold.
Three Iowa cattlemen share tips on how they’re growing a herd of beef cattle.
“Even if you’ve worked around cows for a long time, you can still get hurt,” Libby Eiholzer of Cornell Cooperative Extension says.