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The Mississippi Beef Cattle Improvement Association (MBCIA) focuses on promoting performance records and encouraging good management practices while cooperating with other like-minded organizations to emphasize the economic importance of beef cattle production in Mississippi. Headquartered in Starkville, Mississippi, the association utilizes Mississippi State University through research and education to promote the beef cattle industry nationally. MBCIA is a member of the national Beef Improvement Federation where S.R. Evans, Jr. from Greenwood, MS served as Past-President in 2005. MBCIA hosted the Beef Improvement Federation annual meeting for the first time in its near forty-year history in Philadelphia, MS in April 2006. The MBCIA encourages the production and identification of genetically superior animals by purebred breeders and promotes the purchase and use of these animals by commercial producers through various sale offerings. ...more

 

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PREWEANING CALF MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ADD VALUE TO FEEDERS
The concept of a value added calf (VAC) program is not new today, but in the late 1980's it was thought to have little value in some circles.
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- NO WORSTER
LeRoy was ancient. The lines in his face looked deep enough to hide in. His hair, mostly silver now, was still thick; his black eyes continued to sparkle with mischief.
DO HOMEWORK BEFORE HEADING INTO BULL BUYING SEASON
When it comes to genetics, bull selection is the most important decision the cow-calf producer has to make.
BLACK INK -- WEIGHING PREVENTION
Sometimes it only takes a couple of 2-cc subcutaneous shots to head off problems down the line. Sometimes it takes a few tons of steel, careful planning and focused construction.
WEANING IS CRITICAL TIME IN CALF'S LIFE
As we enter the fall months, weaning time is at hand for most spring calving herds. This is the exciting time of year when producers are able to reap the benefits of a year's worth of work and planning.
FALL CALVING SEASON MAY YIELD HIGHER RETURNS FOR S.E. PRODUCERS
The vast majority of cow-calf producers in Tennessee and the Southeast using a defined calving season have long favored spring calving; however, researchers at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture have evaluated the risk and returns for a fall calving season, proving once again that timing is everything.
HAVING A VACCINATION PLAN IS IMPORTANT TO HERD HEALTH
To begin, I do not believe it is appropriate to recommend "cookie cutter" vaccination programs. Your vaccine program must be developed with your risks and expectations in mind.
PAY ATTENTION TO DETAILS TO KEEP COWS PREGNANT
Getting cows bred is only part of the story. Keeping them bred, especially through the summer months, also takes attention to detail.

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The bells of war are ringing.
by shaz (Posted Tue, 19 Sep 2017 13:26:41 GMT+5)
I don't think we're totally confident that we can locate those mobile launchers and I don't see how one air strike would put a dent in any capabilities they have.



I've decided that everyone of us here are all demented
by backhoeboogie (Posted Tue, 19 Sep 2017 13:23:57 GMT+5)
ALACOWMAN wrote:snoopdog wrote:It's hard no doubt , my back hurt me 4 out of 5 days last week from all the lifting on my corral project . Have to get it done though , no help , wife works weekend shift. All sorts of ways to look at it, but when the wheat comes up, or I'm cutting wood on a crispy morning , or a new baby comes , I count my blessings. That is , if I don't have to pull the rope on the saw too many times ,............is it a poulan??


Gawd I hope not Alacowman! I had one of those once. I wouldn't wish a poulan on anyone.



New info on Paris salebarn
by Chocolate Cow (Posted Tue, 19 Sep 2017 13:03:10 GMT+5)
I've been told, in Kansas, there has to be a certain number of miles between salebarns for them to have the same sale days. Not so in Texas?




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