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Regional Roundup

The Regional Roundup is production advice to help meet challenges found in specific areas of the United States. Regions include Midwest/North, Southeast, Southern Plains and West.

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Many producers in the Southeast tend to avoid it or not make the effort. Maybe you are the exception as the progressive cattlemen you are.

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Along with feed costs, reproductive efficiency is a major driver of profitability for the cow herd. Because of this, the importance of proper breeding season preparations is essential.

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As we progress into the summer months, many producers will lease pasture as a common management practice. Dry conditions in most of the West may force others to start evaluating different grazing options.

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For many operations, May is calf-working time. This initial calf working may include branding or some other form of identification, vaccination, deworming, castration, dehorning and implanting. A little planning and attention to detail can reduce stress on both cattle and people, and ensure vaccines have the greatest chance to work.

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What are you producing at your operation? The answer is: beef, of course. Anyone who owns cattle is a food producer. This has been the most critical point for all generations of producers.

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Warmer weather has many of us thinking about green grass and the anticipation of a lighter workload while cow-calf pairs graze throughout the summer months. However, there are some important herd management practices to consider before that point.

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