Welcome to our final meeting session for our online meeting on weaning management! Today’s meeting is on making culling decisions during weaning time this fall.
If you weren’t able to attend the first four sessions or you’d like some background information on our new online meeting tool, check out our prior sessions:
- Fall Weaning Online Meeting: Session One – “Nutrition Concerns During Weaning Time”
- Fall Weaning Online Meeting: Session Two – “Maximizing Calf Health During Weaning”
- Fall Weaning Online Meeting: Session Three – “Making Marketing Decisions This Fall”
- Fall Weaning Online Meeting: Session Four – “Finding a Successful Weaning Strategy”
Today’s featured session is “Culling Your Cows During Weaning Time.” Click on the agenda links below to learn more about this topic:
“Considerations for culling decisions in cow herd” (newsletter article), Daryl Strohbehn and Byron Leu, Iowa State University
Dr. Daryl Strohbehn and Byron Leu, ISU Extension beef program specialist, discuss the list of reasons for culling a cow around weaning time, including disposition, performance, age, and health programs.
“Today’s cull cow market influenced by many variables” (newsletter article), Shane Ellis, Iowa State University
Shane Ellis, livestock economist, discusses the recent cull cow market and how current market
conditions should impact culling decisions.
“Marketing Cull Cows” (article), Dr. Dillon Feuz, University of Nebraska
Iowa Beef Center Contact:
For more information on cow culling, contact Dr. Daryl Strohbehn, Iowa Beef Center beef program specialist, at 515-294-3020 or firstname.lastname@example.org.