It is increasingly common for commercial cow-calf producers to purchase their replacement heifers, or sometimes cows, instead of developing replacements themselves. There are a number of sound economic and management reasons that this is becoming the preferred route for many producers.
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Utilizing beef genetics to add value to dairy cattle is a practice which has become more common due to continuous advances and improvements.
Kansas State University has released new data from Superior Livestock Auction's summer auctions, and perhaps of the most interest was the inclusion of beef-dairy crosses and straight dairy lots with the traditional beef breed types.
Associations must learn to cooperate in order to survive and remain relevant.