Beef Cattle Farming Articles

  • The Science of Genetics & Its Application to Aquaculture

    Genetics is defined as that branch of the biological sciences devoted to the study of inherited variation. Genetics investigations deal with the “why” and “how” of this variation, examining both the origin of inherited variability and the resulting outward expression of characters due to this variability. The applications of genetics in today’s society are far ...

  • Poultry production in North Africa and the Middle East

    The demand for poultry products in North Africa and the Middle East continue to grow as the population become more urbanised. Changes in demographics see the population increase with higher levels of disposable income. Chicken is already the most consumed meat across the middle east and Africa. Due to the higher cost for beef products and religious restrictions around pork in some regions, there ...


    By Inciner8 Limited

  • Hydroflux engaged to design wastewater treatmentplant for New WA abattoir - Brochure

    The first abattoir to operate in Western Australia's far north for 22 years will be opening early 2016. The Kimberley Meat Company abattoir, located between Broome and Derby, will process 300 cattle a day when it opens in April. ...


    By Hydroflux Pty Ltd

  • Talking Water with Hamish Munro

    Hamish is a fifth-generation farmer from Cumnock, NSW who manages his own beef trading and cropping production property. Like any livestock farmer, Hamish relies heavily on water availability, and the recent droughts spanning across the country – which have taken a liking to New South Wales in particular – have been challenging for ...


    By Pioneer Water Tanks

  • Argentina Imports and Exports List

    Argentina's main exports are corn, wheat, soybeans, grains, beef and mutton, seafood, wine, dairy products, automobile, aircraft, mineral resources are oil, natural gas, coal, iron, silver, uranium, lead, tin, gypsum, sulfur and so on. Proven reserves: oil 28.800 million barrels, 763.5 billion cubic meters of natural gas, 600 million tons of coal, 300 million tons of iron, and 2 tons of ...


    By NCB Consultation Co., Ltd

  • Find out how Hustler has helped achieve "movement" on Drausin`s organic farm

    We got an opportunity to talk to Drausin Wulsin, a 65year old grass farmer in Hillsboro, Southern Ohio, who tells us his story on how Hustler has become part of his program and a game changer on his farm ...


    By Robertson Manufacturing

  • Sunset Colony Study

    “We have had the Silver Bullet AG300 unit now for ten months with great measurable results. This system is currently on our water line, treating the swine gestation, farrowing and nursery. The unit can treat 75,000 gallons of water per day and will be injected into our large water tank to treat our swine gestation, farrowing, nursery, finishers and dairy. What I like about the Silver Bullet ...

  • Beef Farmer Spring 2017 `Trace elements are key to growth rates`

    Iodine has a direct impact on growth rates as it is incorporated into the thyroid hormones which control metabolism, promoting efficient live weight gain. Annie Williams, Animal Scientist with Agrimin says that many beef units fall short on achieving optimum growth rates because animals do not receive adequate levels of trace elements at grass. She says that with increased feed costs, many ...


    By Agrimin Limited

  • Butchers beef up their animal incinerator capacity

    They were so pleased with their last one that they have come back to us again. After reading this headline you may be wondering just why on earth a butcher would need an animal incinerator, but in fact the answer is rather simple and when this particular butcher decided that it was time to invest in a new model they had no hesitation whatsoever in coming back to us. Our ...

  • Slaney Foods Sialex Ring Trial - Case Study

    Company introduction: Slaney Foods Established as a family business in 1970, Slaney Foods are recognised as The Beef Specialists. Slaney Foods core business is in the supply of premium carcase and primal cuts of beef, and has developed strong and successful long term relationships with a variety of customers including leading multiples, the food service and food manufacturing ...


    By Phoenix Ring Manufaktur UG

  • The Ins and Outs of Cattle Nutrition

    They say, “You are what you eat.” What goes in and out of our bodies is obviously important for our general health and maintenance. Well, the same holds true for our cattle as well, but with one main difference: Where we only have one stomach to worry about, they have four! Cattle are animals technically classified as ruminants, a distinction that includes sheep, ...


    By Lakeland Group

  • Physical Contaminant Testing Of Composts

    Changes are in progress in multiple countries on weight-based limits for physical contaminants in composts. The net effect may be higher quality compost products. Maintaining and improving compost product quality is vitally important for ensuring continued confidence in organic waste recycling industries around the world. One quality criterion of particular interest from the general ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • How Much Water Is Really Used In Food And Beverage Production?

    People concerned about their water footprint often make an effort to turn the faucet off quickly, take shorter showers, and cut back on watering the lawn. While these efforts are important, they ignore one of the biggest water-use culprits found in virtually every household: food and beverages. The production of food and beverages is a water-intensive process. According to the ...


    By KLa Systems, Inc.

  • CRISPR is coming to agriculture — with big implications for food, farmers, consumers and nature

    Gene editing offers dramatic advances in speed, scope and scale of genetic improvement. It also offers an opportunity for more nuanced GMO governance. Very few technologies truly merit the epithet “game changer” — but a new genetic engineering tool known as CRISPR-Cas9 is one of them. Since we first developed the ability to alter the genetic material inside a plant or animal in ...


    By Ensia

  • New study shines a light on bird loss due to illegal logging in Ghana

    The combination of legal and illegal logging in southwest Ghana’s tropical forests is having a devastating impact on bird populations in the region, according to new research published recently in the journal Biological Conservation. Between 1995 and 2010, logging in the Upper Guinea rain forest ...


    By Ensia

  • The market incentives that are keeping trees standing in Brazil

    And now for some good news: It looks like some market-driven agreements around beef production in Brazil may be slowing deforestation in the country’s rainforests. That’s the finding reported by Holly Gibbs, an assistant professor of geography and environmental studies at University of Wisconsin–Madison, and a team of researchers in ...


    By Ensia

  • Case study - Meat processing

    The client Our client produces and sells a variety of beef products, including fresh, frozen, canned, both vacuum packed or packaged in a protective atmosphere. They also offer a completerange of cuts and processed hamburgers, ready pre-cooked meals, veal cutlets, grilled and roasted products. The company is the market leader in the frozen hamburger sector, with an annual production ...


    By IDRAFLOT

  • Characterization of trenbolone acetate and estradiol metabolite excretion profiles in implanted steers

    Exogenous growth promoters have been used in United States beef cattle production for over 50 years. The environmental fate and transport of steroid growth promoters suggest potential for endocrine disrupting effects among ecological receptors; however, the initial excretion of steroid metabolites from cattle administered growth promoters has not been well characterized. To better characterize ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Have Your Steak and Eat It, Too

    In our recent feature, “Has Meat Met Its Match?,” writer Rowan Jacobsen explores ways people can (now and possibly in the future) reduce the environmental and food security impacts of their diets, including entomophagy (bug-eating), synthetic meat and vegetarian substitutes. If none of those fits your needs, there are plenty of other ways ...


    By Ensia

  • Ecosystem management planning for farm conversion - case study

    Based on a survey that revealed unexpected plant and animal treasures, we developed an ecosystem management plan to harmonise activity with the environment. Based on a survey that revealed unexpected plant and animal treasures on a Western Cape Farm, we developed an ecosystem management plan to harmonise economic activity with the natural environment. Voorhoede Farm near Caledon in the ...

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