Beef Cattle

Making More Profit With Holstein Steers

The most important cost and most difficult to determine is the feed cost per pound of gain. So, how do you reduce cost of production if you do not know what the cost is? Continue reading to find out.

Do These Cattle Work?

Learn how to estimate the cost of gains that are associated with various feed prices and feeder wrights when you don’t have the time or resources to run a projection.

Importance of Supplemental Vitamin A in Beef Cattle Diets

Vitamin requirements of beef cattle are heavily focuses on A,D, and E, though the current production disruptions are causing a shortage of vitamin A. This article discusses the symptoms of a vitamin A deficiency and the significance it has in beef cattle diets.

Mold and Mycotoxins

Prevention is the best method to control mold growth and possible toxin formation. Continue reading to learn how to minimize mold growth and subsequent toxin production in storage as well as common toxins and their symptoms.

When Corn is Cheap: Should I Still Feed Ethanol By-Products?

When corn is cheaper, this is a familiar question. Many producers are under the impression that if DDG or wet byproducts are higher priced than corn. Read more to learn how it can be cheaper to continue feeding distillers even when corn prices do drop.

A Review Of Feedlot Data From Cattle Fed NutriVantage (2007-2014)*

We have had many questions regarding the use of NutriVantage for beef in feedlot cattle and the data that were generated from incoming calves through heat-stressed feedlot cattle. This article is a summary of the data accumulated from KNG’s PDC and field trials conducted from Kentucky to northwest Iowa.

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