Current Progressive Cattle digital edition
advertisement
breadcrumbs

Topics

Follow practical information for the beef producer on essential topics including management, reproduction and calving, new technology, facilities improvement, beef quality, and feed and nutrition.

LATEST

A $1 investment today can turn into two $20s during a grazing season – without additional pasture or cattle. How? Simply by using implants in calves.

Read more ...

In my nine years of range management graduate studies at three major universities in the West, never did I encounter the term “stock density.” That’s pretty amazing considering that we now acknowledge stock density as one of the most important tools in grazing management.

Read more ...

You continue to see it in articles and hear about it at meetings … Bovine Viral Diarrhea (BVD). They say the virus causes all kinds of problems and costs ranchers of money.

Read more ...

Stocker operators have a tough job in the beef business. A tough, but rewarding experience working through cattle with varied amounts of risk, hoping to add pounds with limited inputs – if Mother Nature is in good humor and provides needed forages for added weight gain.

Read more ...

Americans have always been on the go, and the same can be said of the country’s cattle herds lately.

Read more ...

The parasite Cooperia has become the most prevalent internal parasite in U.S. cattle operations, according to research data from USDA’s National Animal Health Monitoring Service (NAHMS) Beef 2007 to 2008 cow-calf survey.

Read more ...