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Your pasture may look healthy, but visual appraisals don't indicate nutrient content. Have forage samples analyzed to be sure your animals get the best nutrition.
Radio interview source: Dr. Ed Rayburn, Extension Forage Agronomist, West Virginia University Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below It's a good idea to have...
An Idaho ranch raise cattle with a gentle nature despite their looks.
With so many breeds available, how do you choose which is best for you? Here are common beef cattle.
Meet some of the cattle entered in our "Love My Livestock" photo contest!
You've got questions, we've got answers
Q: How many acres do you need for a cow and calf? A: The acreage required for a cow-calf pair will depend on several things: mainly soil fertility, pasture quality and how much rain you get in...
This family breeds Piedmontese cattle for direct meat sales.
Heartland Meats After years of preparing a business plan for going wholesale with their farm-raised beef, the first check Pat and John Sondgeroth received bounced. And it was a big one. That was...
Texas, where things are always bigger
Big mowers Bill Martin once needed a lawn mower. Being in Texas, where things are always bigger, his lawn mowers sport seven-foot blades. Tall story? Nope, long story. Horns, that is. Longhorns...
Dexter cattle offer a number of benefits
Small but mighty Listen here: Raising Dexter Cattle Radio interview source: Chuck Daggett, Dexter cattle owner Calves are so cute when they're little, but when they grow to be a full-sized...
Listen to Purina Cattle Answers featuring Purina Marketing Beef Nutritionist, Ted Perry.
Learn Why Purina is reaching out to Cattle Producers Purina Reaching Out - audio mp3 Learn why adding a mineral supplement to your cows' diets can be beneficial Mineral Supplements - audio mp3...
Purina wants to share some of their cattle experience and advice.
A letter from Mac Redding At Purina , we're passionate about cows. That's why we're out here every day working to bring the best to your cattle. We'd like to share with you some...