- Artificial Insemination
Beef Cattle Artificial Insemination and Synchronization Information
- Breeding For Marbling
Breeding For Marbling should result in an indirect improvement in tenderness, although the phenotypic relationship between marbling and tenderness is not especially high.
- Bull Management For Yearling Bulls
Spring is most every cattle rancher's preferred or primary bull buying season. If you are like most of us, right or wrong, the yearling bulls seem to fit in better.This always seems to pose a need to learn the necessities of Bull Management For Yearling Bulls.
- Bull Selection
Bull selection depends on the type of cows to be bred and the objectives of the producer.
- Bull To Cow Ratio
- Herd Bull Status
Should every male calf born make it to "Herd Bull Status?" Information pertaining tp "Marketing Bulls" for your consideration whether you are a buyer or seller.
- Cattle Breeding
Modern cattle breeding practices today are still based largely on mass selection, supplemented by three other methods: pedigree selection,family selection, and progeny selection.
- Tenderness Genetics
Beef Cattle Tenderness Genetics and Their Effects
Trichomoniasis, or "trich," is a venereal disease of cattle caused by a protozoan parasite, Tritrichomonas foetus.