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Reproductive technology presence in the beef industry is low because of time, labor, cost and lack of facilities.

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The decline in the U.S. cattle inventory is well documented. The decline has sharpened particularly over the past 10 years and continued through 2011.

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Heifers represent the future and the best genetics in your cowherd.

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Akaushi beef inspires praise for trumping other breeds in marbling capacity and health benefits, while the breed itself displays competitive traits such as feed efficiency and calving ease.

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Drought conditions in regions throughout North America have placed a great deal of pressure on cattle ranchers, particularly in regards to the cost and availability of hay this winter. In many areas they are faced with a pressing choice: either stretch existing supplies of hay or supplement with additional hay purchased on the open market at inflated prices due to the shortages.

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Eldon Cole, a livestock specialist with University of Missouri Extension, says farmers in southwest Missouri should be watching for symptoms of fescue foot in their cattle, especially as winter sets in and temperatures get colder.

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