Beef Cattle Browsing

Beef Cattle Browsing

Beef Cattle Browsing is an electronic newsletter published by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Department of Animal Science at Texas A&M University. This newsletter is a free service and is available to anyone interested in beef cattle.  Media, feel free to use this information as needed and cite Texas A&M University Beef Cattle Browsing Newsletter, Dr. Steve Hammack. 

Beef Cattle Browsing – Vol. 24 No. 1

  • Antibiotic Resistance in Meat: How and When Did it Develop?
  • Effects of Feed Efficiency on Growth and Carcass
  • Differences Between Profit of Cow-Calf Producers
  • What are the Top Selling Beef Cuts?
  • Using Data for Genetic Change in Commercial Herds
  • Effect of Trace Mineral Injections in Beef Heifers
  • BQA Tip-of-The-Month: Cold Stress

Previous Newsletters

Dr. Steve Hammack, Professor & Extension Beef Cattle Specialist

Beef Cattle Browsing – Vol. 23 No. 5

  • Tariffs on U.S. Beef
  • Mobility of Cattle as Time of Slaughter
  • Effects of Growth Hormone on Artificial Insemination
  • Effects of Early Weaning with First-Calf Heifers
  • Public Attitudes on Genetic Engineering of Animals
  • Practical Application of Estrous Synchronization
  • Effects of Antioxidants on Liver Abcessess
  • BQA Tip-of-The-Month: Hay Testing