By Ben Jensen, Apr 07, 2020
Baleage has become a common term on farms throughout the country, as it is now one of the most popular ways of…READ MORE ›
By Daniel Herold, Ph.D., Mar 31, 2020
Since the advent of the ethanol boom in the upper Midwest, distillers grains (also known simply as distillers) have…READ MORE ›
By Josh Stroh, M.S., Feb 11, 2020
I think we can all agree that an open first-calf heifer is a costly “uh-oh” for our bottom line. Getting that heifer to…READ MORE ›
By Cadra Krueger, Ph.D., Dec 17, 2019
Winter is the time of year when cattle most often need additional supplementation to maintain body condition.READ MORE ›
By Daniel Herold, Ph.D., Oct 22, 2019
The priorities and perspectives of both dairy producers and packers will influence the profit potential and success of…READ MORE ›
By Twig Marston, Ph.D., Aug 15, 2019
In the cattle business, there are few things as rewarding as getting weaned calves and newly arrived feeder cattle off…READ MORE ›
By Angie Golombeski, Ph.D., Jul 16, 2019
It’s no secret that there have been weather-related challenges across much of the U.S. this spring. Due to conditions…READ MORE ›
By James Gaspers, Ph.D., Jun 13, 2019

The stocker cattle segment of the beef industry takes young, lightweight, weaned calves and develREAD MORE ›

By Ellan Dufour, M.S., Apr 23, 2019

Young calves are around 70–75 percent water by bodyweight and must be well-hydrated in order to sREAD MORE ›