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In this issue of the newsletter you will find information on these timely topics and more.
• Can I Compare EPDs Across Breeds?
• The Critical Leg of the Journey from Replacement Heifer to Mature Cow
• Eastern Nebraska 2017 Beef Profit Tips Workshops
• Planning for the Calving Season
For more information on these and other topics or to view archived newsletters, visit UNL BeefWatch.
(February 2017) Pasture and hayland grass growth is stimulated by fertilizer just as it is with other crops. Learn more.
(February 2017) Depreciation expense represents the value difference between the current value of the asset and its value at the beginning of the time period being considered. Learn more.
(February 2017) When evaluating a cow-calf enterprise, one of the foundational productivity measures to understand and calculate is the realized reproductive rate. Learn more.
(February 2017) Economically relevant traits (ERTs) are those that are directly associated with either a cost or a source of revenue. It is important for producer to know the difference between ERTs and indicator traits when making selection decisions. Learn more.
(February 2017) As we approach the mid-point of winter cattle lice populations will usually increase. Learn more.
(February 2017) Annual forages can provide rapid growth and high production with limited amounts of moisture as long as the moisture is timely. Learn more.
Lice Control in Cattle
West Central Research & Extension Center
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
We have the opportunity to rent some cornstalks that has a fair amount ear drop. How do I estimate how much corn is on the ground? We are trying to determine how to graze it with cows. (October 25, 2016)
Additional University of Nebraska Beef Cattle Resources
Additional Beef Cattle Resources