Not one for small talk by: Miranda Reiman

Uncomfortable silence. If you don’t like it, you know the kind. Perhaps you’re just getting to know somebody, and you reach a point in the...

Study targets ergot’s subclinical effects By: JILL KEOGAN

When a cow's hoofs fall off, it's a tell-tale sign of a serious ergot toxicity problem on a farm. But what if the signs of...

Explaining the fuss about the Canadian Beef Sustainability Acceleration Pilot by: Virgil Lowe

This column was first published in the Canadian Cattlemen's Association Action News Volume 19 issue 05 January 22 ,2018 The CCA Guest Column is a...

How Facebook Helped Me Make Friends With GMOs, By Julie Mellor-Trupp

I’ve been obsessed with good health and nutrition since I was a teenager. As a young mom, I did everything possible to ensure my...

Reducing Hay Storage Waste: Barry Potter, Agriculture Development Advisor, OMAFRA

As we look forward to the upcoming forage season, late winter is a good time to plan forage harvest and storage options. Perhaps you...

Are cattle drinking Canada dry by: BeefResearch 2

We often see headlines about how human lifestyle and dietary choices (particularly beef consumption) can impact environmental sustainability. These headlines are often about greenhouse...

Beef cattle What’s the deal with hormones? By Jean L. Clavelle

I’m just going to say it — grocery shopping is complicated business. You are bombarded by confusing marketing campaigns and it seems everywhere you...

Can a breast cancer drug benefit cattle? by: Brittany Davis

Can a drug that's proved useful for humans be of value to the beef and dairy cow industry? That's a question Dr. Gregg Adams and...

Scott Brown Weekly Livestock Update, August 8th 2017

Some highlights from this week's Weekly Livestock Market Update: •Cash hogs are trading nearly $2 lower for the week. The pork cutout value is down...

Scott Brown Weekly Livestock Update, June 12 2018

Some highlights from this week's Weekly Livestock Market Update: •This week in markets - Fed cattle were nearly $4.50 higher this week with feeder cattle...
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