Livestock, Markets

Can high cattle prices pay for mistakes?

High prices are a welcome change for cattle producers, but it’s important to remember that higher prices mean mistakes cost more than when prices are low. Read More

Mother’s instincts need to take over and protect calves, especially in frigid temperatures like the ones the High Plains saw during the Siberian Express. (Journal photo by Lacey Newlin.)

Calving-related challenges for the cow

(Journal photo by Lacey Vilhauer.)
(Photo courtesy of Kansas State University Research and Extension.)

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Fescue foot reported in Missouri cattle