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LITTLE W CHAROLAIS HOLDS PRODUCTION SALE

Friday, April 29, 2016

Little W Charolais held their 6th annual production sale on March 26, 2016 at the farm in Lebanon, Tenn.

EGYPTIAN VET STUDIES AT MISSISSIPPI STATE

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

New research techniques learned at Mississippi State University through a scholar exchange program will help a cattle veterinarian from Egypt as she pursues a doctoral education in food safety.

DEER ANTLERS MAY HOLD HEALTH SECRETS

Monday, April 25, 2016

Each spring the woods are littered with antlers as deer shed their old racks to make way for new sets, and these “sheds” may reveal hidden health problems in the bucks that drop them.

CLEMSON EXTENSION OFFERS CATTLEMEN'S BOOT CAMP

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Gaven and April Hammett want to expand their cattle operation and are looking to Clemson University for the information they need.

EARLY SPRING CAN BE A CHALLENGING NUTRITIONAL TIME FOR SPRING CALVING

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Late winter and early spring is the most challenging time of the year for the nutrition of the spring-calving beef cows.

SALACOA VALLEY FARM'S SALE HELD MARCH 24TH

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Balmy spring weather and multidimensional cattle were on hand for the Salacoa Valley Farm Customer Appreciation Sale.

IT'S THE PITTS -- THE TRIPLICATE THEORY

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Have you ever noticed how bad luck always travels in threes? I'm warning you, if the cows get out on the road and then the water well goes dry I'd stay in the house, pull your shades and not answer the phone if I were you. Be very, very careful.

LAMENESS IN CATTLE CAN BE A SERIOUS ECONOMIC PROBLEM

Monday, April 18, 2016

Lameness in cattle can be a serious production and economic problem. There are many causes for lameness. It is important that the problem be diagnosed correctly and treated quickly to minimize economic losses. While small injuries to feet and hooves are common, if allowed to progress the losses can become extensive.

THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- POLLING FOR DOLLARS

Monday, April 18, 2016

“It ain't the candidates you have to worry about, boys, it's the folks voting for them,” Peetie Womack said, while members of the Rio Rojo Cattlemen's Association (RRCA) were chatting ahead of the previous month's popular basketball pool and calcutta. It was the organization's main fundraiser each year.

BEEF MUST DIFFERENTIATE AND KEEP UP WITH THE TIMES

Friday, April 8, 2016

A lot can change in half a century. A lot can stay the same.

TAKE STEPS TO BE PREPARED FOR RETIREMENT

Friday, April 8, 2016

It might be hard to believe, but you're not going to farm forever. Are you ready for retirement? There are steps you should take to ensure you're able to live the life you desire once it's time to pass the management reins to the next generation.

KNOWING WHAT YOU HAVE TO DECIDE WHAT YOU NEED -- PART 4

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Over the last few weeks in Parts 1-3 of this series we have been discussing the variety of conditions and factors that can and need to be analyzed on a cattle operation. This is in an effort to understand existing conditions and determine how to best address ways to improve performance. Similarly, there are many opportunities to analyze performance or animal conditions to determine the effectiveness of management and nutritional decisions on the animal. And while there are many opportunities to evaluate animal performance and health we will focus on the primary tools here.

IT'S THE PITTS -- I W-W-WASN'T AFRAID

Thursday, April 7, 2016

We take a lot of things for granted in the cattle business, like a squeeze chute and a wife that both work, a dog that sleeps at your feet and a horse that doesn't.

HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- REPUTATION MATTERS WITH ADDED VALUE, TOO

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

You can buy a Chevrolet pickup—or whatever your favorite breed happens to be—lots of different places. If you continue going back to the same source, it's likely because of the dependability of the product, how well you're treated and your perceived value of the transaction. All of those things that contribute to a dealer's reputation.

IMPORTANT TO PREPARE REPLACEMENTS FOR BREEDING

Friday, April 1, 2016

Replacement heifers should be bred at 15 months of age in order to calve for the first time as a two-year-old so that they can be a contributing (and profitable) part of our cowherd.


    
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