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Beef Cattle Articles

The farm gate: Keeping things in or out?

Hubbard Feeds' Tyler Melroe looks closely at how the divide between beef farmers and consumers is impacting the future of the industry.

A nutritional revolution: 7 changes in nutritional dogma on alternative sources of trace minerals

While many nutritionists still cling to the low-priced, traditional inorganics, organic trace minerals are fostering a revolution in animal feeding.   

Identify mold growth and protect your feed quality during harvest months

With harvest time quickly approaching, it's important to check your feed for mycotoxins and be on guard with solutions.

Dr. T.G. Nagaraja: The Abscess Obsession

Liver abscesses in feedlot cattle pose a significant threat to their health, affecting the profitability for producers and packers. Why is this such a prevalent issue, and what can producers do to combat it? As the industry works to limit…

Alltech and Hubbard Feeds support the 2018 Prime Time Gala and Feeding South Dakota

The Prime Time Gala recently held its fifth annual event in support of Feeding South Dakota, which provides food assistance to hundreds of men, women and children across the state. The South Dakota Cattlemen’s Foundation, through support…

Ian Lahiffe: Beefing up business: U.S. success in the Chinese beef market

As the demand for beef in China continues to grow with consumer affluence, are U.S. producers poised to benefit? Not so fast, say the experts. In this podcast, Ian Lahiffe, lead of operations at Allflex Livestock Intelligence in Beijing,…

Keeping farmers InTouch with herd performance

In this podcast, Tom Martin speaks with Eddie Daly, business development manager at InTouch, a live nutritional support service developed by KEENAN to provide real-time feedback on diet performance. Can this cutting-edge technology improve…

Calving considerations: 3 tips for early nutrition

Proper nutrition and gut health are crucial during the first weeks of the calf’s life. Here are a few points to consider for the spring calving season.

Bacteria battleground: A winning strategy for calf gut health

A battle between good and bad bacteria is taking place inside the calf’s gut. How can you make sure good bacteria wins?