Breed up is top of mind for every rancher this time of year. Discussion points such as getting more cows bred, getting more caught in the first cycle, getting more 2 year olds to settle are all conversations happening around rustic kitchen tables on ranches across North America. And rightly so, these metrics are not only key to the success of the overall operation, but they’re indicators of the size of our calf check come fall.
Topics: reproductive performance
This time of year, most ranching operations have cows in their third trimester before calving. This is a critical time in ensuring the health of the cows and, of course, the fetus. Invest in your 2016 calf crop by priming your cows now!
Traditionally ranchers start looking for protein tubs this time of year to compensate for declining protein levels in the grass as it matures in the fall. We agree that it is important to compensate for low protein levels, yet we want to let you know that there is another way… a more effective and efficient way to get this accomplished.
As a well-seasoned rancher once told us, with a twinkle in his eye, “Efficiency never goes out of style.” This statement carries so much weight and it draws out our respect for the ranching community across North America as they continually strive to run efficiently. We realize they've got to.
Ranchers utilize many forms of science in their operations, from genetics to vaccination to equipment and technology. In this article we share the science of positively impacting your breed-up and improving your profitability
What do you know about the mineral you’re feeding your cattle? Is it meeting the nutritional needs of your animals? Let us answer these questions for you.