Whether they’re yours or your neighbors, wild or domestic, you’ll need to get used to living with animals. Knowing standards of care will help.
Whether you’re a landowner, a tenant, an employee, or a visitor, one thing’s for certain – out here, you’ll be sharing your world with a lot of eight-legged, six-legged, four-legged, two-legged, and no-legged creatures
When we think of habitat loss, we may not think of simple things, like dead trees on our farm. In reality, these snags are a vital part of your farm ecosystem
Most ground beef comes to us through the Cow Beef value chain, where older, unproductive cows go from the farm, to the sale barn, and then straight to a processing facility, bypassing the feedlot.
Stockers, finishers, fats. They’re all part of the beef production process.
The Virginia beef industry is worth about $8 billion a year. If you own farmland in Virginia, chances are pretty good that some of those beef dollars are yours.
Virginia may not come to mind when you think of the cattle industry, but with about 675,000 head of beef animals, it’s worth about $8 billion a year.
It's not always easy to tell the difference between beef cattle and dairy cattle, but it can be important, especially if they're being grazed on...
The term “rotational grazing” is used a lot. But what exactly is it? This quick guide to grazing beef cattle explains a few concepts.
Knowing the difference between dairy cow and beef cow appearance and management can be important to you if you’re landowner leasing land to a livestock producer. Standard practices vary between the two!