Fetus to feedyard

Fetus to feedyard

Fetus to feedyard Immunometabolism’s impact on animal health   by Kylee Kohls This isn’t a research topic you’d find at the middle-school science fair. It’s so new, research is just beginning to explore this 16-letter term for immune cells sharing nutrients with...
Summer quality spreads impress

Summer quality spreads impress

MARKET UPDATE The fed cattle market is holding strong in late July within a narrow trading range. Last week’s pricing activity continued to show effects of excess supply in the South with $111/cwt. for the region, while live bids in the North were at $114-$118/cwt....
In the long run

In the long run

In the long run Study shows extended-release dewormer can lead to lower feedlot morbidity and improved carcass quality   by Katrina Huffstutler ’Tis the season to think about parasites robbing your beef cow herd. The weather is finally warmer, the bugs and other...
Meat is about trust, author says

Meat is about trust, author says

Meat is about trust, says author   by Katie Alexander Imagine living when there was no supermarket or grocery store where you could buy food, having to grow just about everything your family needs. That could be any rural area in the country a couple hundred years...