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American Cattlemen June 2024

This Issue Brings You:

  • When the Worst Happens: Strategies for managing Lost and Stolen Cattle
  • Early Weaning
  • Being in Control
  • Special Producer Profile: The Story of Wagyu told by Bar R Wagyu
  • Altosid® IGR Effectively Controls Horn Fly Populations

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Special Producer Profile: The Story of Wagyu told by Bar R Wagyu

Special Producer Profile: The Story of Wagyu told by Bar R Wagyu By Jessica Graham It’s through podcasts from the American Cattlemen Podcast that we’re privileged to gain insights into the workings of various ranches. This is the driving force behind our Producer Profile episodes. Our goal is to bridge the gap between cattlemen and […]

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Altosid IGR Controls Horn Fly Populations

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Building Better Beef Crosses Starts on Day One

Building Better Beef Crosses Starts on Day One Dairy Calf and Heifer Association’s (DCHA) May 22 webinar features “Building Better Beef Crosses Starts on Day 1.”  Olivia Genther-Schroeder, Purina Animal Nutrition, will lead this free, one-hour educational offering, which starts at 12 p.m. Central time (Chicago time). During the webinar, Genther-Schroeder will share why raising […]

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FFA Student Survey Shows High Interest in Career in Agriculture, Concerns with Start-Up Costs

FFA Student Survey Shows High Interest in Career in Agriculture, Concerns with Start-Up Costs WEST DES MOINES, Iowa – May 13, 2024 – A recent survey conducted by the Coalition to Support Iowa’s Farmers (CSIF) at the 2024 Iowa FFA Leadership Conference shows that 70 percent of students would like to farm in the future […]

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Featured Story

Maximize Profitability with Wagyu

Beef Cattle producers are feeling more optimistic. With an El Nino winter forecasted, cattle producers are anticipating a reprieve from multi-year drought conditions. For consecutive years the beef cattle herd has been in decline due to environmental conditions. A March 2023 USDA report shows that since 2022, there has been a 4% decrease in beef cows, 6% decrease in replacement heifers, and 5% decrease in heifers expected to calve this year. According to another published USDA article, the latest cattle inventory peaked in 2019 at 94.8 million and has since plummeted 6% to 89.3 million this year. The rapid decline in beef cattle inventory over the past four years was driven by drought conditions; however Northern states experienced above average rainfall during the 2023 spring and summer months and in the coming months NOAA predicts a wetter-than-average winter in the southeastern United States, allowing calf producers in recovering areas to consider opportunities to rebuild their herd.

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