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Increasing artificial insemination pregnancy rates, part 1

Cow AI Pregnancy Rates, part 1 Transcript of Dr. Cliff Lamb, University of Florida, providing information on how you can increase your artificial insemination pregnancy rates in your cows, part 1.

BeefCast 0482 - Exposing the Hoax of Man-Made Climate Change - Part 3

BeefCast 0482 Show Notes:

  • Jay Lehr, Science Director of The Heartland Institute, breaks down the hoax and myths behind man-made climate change. Part 3.

BeefCast 0481 - Exposing the Hoax of Man-Made Climate Change - Part 2

BeefCast 0481 Show Notes:
  • Jay Lehr, Science Director of The Heartland Institute, breaks down the hoax and myths behind man-made climate change. Part 2.

BeefCast 0480 - Exposing the Hoax of Man-Made Climate Change - Part 1

BeefCast 0480 Show Notes:
  • Jay Lehr, Science Director of The Heartland Institute, breaks down the hoax and myths behind man-made climate change. Part 1.

BeefCast 0476 - What is the future of Roundup Ready Alfalfa? It's in the Supreme Court's hands

BeefCast 0476 Show Notes:

BeefCast 0470 - Wet Distillers May Be a Mistake for Heifers

BeefCast 0470 Show Notes:
  • Kansas State beef cattle scientist, John Jaeger talks about his research into using wet distillers' grain for replacement heifers and finishing cattle.

BeefCast update for March 18, 2010, Why the up tick in the markets?

Watching the recent upward trends in the cattle markets on the CME, it appears that the cattle business climate may be improving significantly. Both the live cattle market and the feeder cattle futures show a sustained positive outlook.

To what do we credit this progress: higher consumer demand, lower carcass weights, or less domestic protein competition? Let’s visit today with Jim Robb, LMIC, about the market trends.

Dr. Jared Taylor - Facts, Myths and Follies Regarding Agriculture's Role in Antimicrobial Resistance


Facts, Myths and Follies Regarding Agriculture's Role in Antimicrobial Resistance - Dr. Jared Taylor, DVM, MPH, Assistant Professor, Oklahoma State University, from NIAA's One Health: Implications for Animal Agriculture, March 15 - 17, 2010, Kansas City, MO, USA.

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