Advancing Women in Agriculture Conference
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As the breeding season approaches, some producers will consider using artificial insemination (AI) and estrous synchronization in their breeding herd; others will not because of the extra time, labour and management required in an AI program, the perceived costs of implementing AI, or they are unaware of the potential advantages of AI.
Resistance is something we currently hear a lot about in agriculture, including the issue of parasite resistance in beef cattle. As spring approaches, producers may have questions about their parasite management decisions.
It will soon be time to start thinking about next year’s winter feed. If you plan to graze your cows on corn next fall or winter, consider these recommendations on planting corn for grazing purposes from Breeanna Kelln, a PhD student at the Western Beef Development Centre (WBDC) who also ranches near Duval, SK, and Dr. Bart Lardner, Senior Research Scientist at the WBDC:
Auctioneers are the kings of tongue twisters. So it's only fitting that Dean Edge from Rimbey, Alberta has been the talk of the town and the country since he won the 2017 International Livestock Auctioneer Championships at the Calgary Stampede.
The Canadian Beef Industry Conference will be held August 14 - 16 in London, Ontario. This year's theme is Driving Demand. For more information and to register: http://canadianbeefindustryconference.com