Buying grain to feed livestock can be expensive, but there are ways to protect your risk and reduce market volatility.
Hurricane damage some 400,000 bales of cotton, but more planted acres make up for losses.
Rumination changes should be a call to action
Time-lapse cameras are proving to be invaluable tools to monitor feed bunks to show when feed is actually delivered, how often feed is being pushed up and how long bunks are empty.
Research suggests it pays in more growthy calves.
Because starter-grain consumption is so important for a smooth transition through weaning, we want to understand all we can about calf preferences for the contents and physical form of their calf starter.
State milk regulators passed a resolution unanimously today calling on USDA to clarify FDA and state responsibilities in ensuring and enforcing standardized dairy product names.