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Why is Feed Efficiency Important?

What is Feed Efficiency (FE)? Why is it important? Dr. Nicolas DiLorenzo, a specialist in Beef Cattle Nutrition and Management, answers both questions. He also explains the benefit for commercial cattle producers in choosing seedstock tested for Feed Efficiency. Dr. DiLorenzo is an Associate Professor in Animal Sciences at the University of Florida’s ...

Full Time Farm Hand Position

Southern Cattle Co. has an opening for a full time Farm Hand. A background in farming and moderate to extensive knowledge of heavy equipment and hydraulics are required. This position is primarily focused on maintenance and farming, very little interaction with cattle. The candidate must live within a 45-minute drive ...

Angus, SimAngus Female Sale

Busy day at the ranch! Viewings available all day today, supper at 6:00 pm CST, followed by a Q&A session. Tomorrow, lunch is at 11:00 am CST and our Angus & SimAngus Female Sale starts at 12:00 pm CST! See you at the sale ring or https://www.dvauction.com/events/80309 https://youtu.be/_lJ55_Wa_0w

Jimmy Stewart: Is Maximum Also Optimum?

My son, Jimmy Stewart, is a Wyoming cattleman and a rather smart one at that but of course I’m bias. Jimmy has a really good argument I would like to share on whether or not more is better. “In today’s day and age, it seems as if more is always ...

Cattle Sale Preparation

While our ranch focus is being the best genetic commercial seedstock provider possible, prepping tips for cattle for a sale can be applied across the industry. In my experience, many people overthink the process, which causes inaction or they put it off not simply because they don’t see the importance. ...

Do More with Less

Time management is critical to the daily operations of Southern Cattle Company. Our motto is “do more with less” while maintaining productivity. That sounds good, but how does that apply? Glad you asked. First, take a good look at your ranch employees. Learn their strengths and weaknesses. Try to place them in areas ...