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Source: Beef Cattle Research Council Internal Parasites Affecting Beef Cattle Parasites, both internal and external, can affect production and cause disease in Canadian beef cattle. Effective parasite control in beef cattle is an important part of maintaining health, welfare and production...
Episode Description Dr. Joe discusses matching cattle risk categories with an honest assessment of operational environment risk. Cattle have an ability to buffer stress but it is limited and dependent on management. Thanks for listening.
Source: USDA news release The U.S Department of Agriculture (USDA) today unveiled a new, online Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP) Decision Tool and farm loan resources available to agricultural producers and cooperators who help producers access USDA disaster assistance, farm loans...
A partnership made between Schippers Canada and Farmers Depot in 2023, is now resulting in reduced costs which are being passed onto livestock producers through lower retail prices. The companies, which are known for bringing innovation and top tier products...
Source: Oklahoma State University By Paul Beck, David Lalman, Alexi Moehlenpah Introduction Animals require consumption of chemical elements and compounds to sustain bodily functions to support the reproductive process and for skeletal and tissue growth. The necessary chemical elements and compounds are...
Source: The Pennsylvania State University For many us, meals start with a meat entrée. As meat-eaters we expect that the meat we buy comes to us as a tasty and quality product. However, meat tastiness and quality doesn't start at...
Source: Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Introduction Providing enough quality water is essential for good livestock husbandry. Water makes up 80% of the blood, regulates body temperature and is vital for organ functions such as digestion, waste removal...
Source: Canadian Cattle Association The National Farm Animal Care Council (NFACC) is pleased to announce that Canadian Cattle Association has initiated an update to the Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Beef Cattle. The update wille guided...
Source: Government of Alberta “The AgriProfit$ Program provides participating producers with cost of production (COP) analysis and benchmark reports based on actual farm records,” says Ian Ryan, senior livestock economist with the Alberta government. This new cost and returns report presents...
  Source: USDA news release Genetically engineered (GE) seeds were commercially introduced in the United States for major field crops in 1996, with adoption rates increasing rapidly in the years that followed. The two main GE trait types are herbicide-tolerant (HT)...
Source: Livestock Marketing Information Center (LMIC) MEAT & DAIRY TRADE February trade data was released by USDA FAS on April 4th, and USDA ERS provided carcass weight data the following day. Carcass weight trade data for meat and poultry was mixed,...
Source: University of Missouri “As cattle producers rebuild their cattle herds, the focus may be to retain heifers as replacements,” says Patrick Davis, University of Missouri Extension livestock field specialist. Breeding season will soon be upon us, and it is...
Source: Southeastern Legal Foundation On behalf of Texas farmers, Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF), together with Mountain States Legal Foundation (MSLF), filed a motion for preliminary injunction in federal court to stop the Biden Administration Department of Agriculture (USDA) from unconstitutionally...
LIVE CATTLE Trade volume was light to moderate Monday and Tuesday.  Since Friday’s close April Live Cattle are up $2.45 as it nears closer to cash.  Last week, cash cattle in the Southwest traded $184.00 and cash cattle in the...

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