Producers from Western states hear latest cow efficiency research

Producers from Western states recently attended the first World Cow Efficiency Congress at North Dakota State University’s Dickinson Research Extension Center Ranch. The goal of the meeting was to show beef cattle producers how a change in their operations, such as changing cow size, can make them more efficient and more profitable. One idea the meeting discussed was striving for more gain per acre. Producers can stock more smaller cow/calf pairs on the same acreage and produce more calves, which is more profitable.

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