The semi-annual U.S. Cattle Inventory Report was released on July 24, 2015 by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS). This report confirmed that U.S. herd expansion is continuing. The report saw significant increases in every category except the category of Bulls, 500-pounds and over which remained unchanged from a year ago, as shown in Table […]
Southeast beef cattle producers are encouraged to tune-in to the upcoming UF Beef Cattle Economics Webinar Series, hosted by the Range Cattle Research and Education Center and the South Florida Beef-Forage Program. The webinar series is being conducted to discuss ways to increase your herd’s production, performance, and profitability. Cattle producers saw record feeder calf […]
The days are getting longer, the nights are shorter, and the heat of the summer is sneaking up on us quickly. As we move into warmer days, here are a few quick tips to keep in mind: Water, Water, Water When was the last time you thought about HOW MUCH water your cattle need on […]
Converting to a controlled breeding season can be overwhelming. It’s a process that can take years and involves keeping up with dates and records and culling what you may think are your better cows. However, the long term benefits are well worth the work. For any task this large, it’s best to develop a plan […]
A new presentation on Beef Cattle Outlook (Feb 2015) by Dr. Curt Lacy, UGA is available on Presentations page.