Ranchers are the foundation of the beef supply chain. Therefore, for a rancher educational program to be effective it needs to be designed for RANCHERS by RANCHERS. That’s why we are asking for your help. We want to learn from you, the rancher, on what matters to you when ranching. All your answers will be completely anonymous and the information collected will be ...
Beef Quality Assurance is a national program that raises consumer confidence through offering proper management techniques and a commitment to quality within every segment of the beef industry. Oregon has a BQA team certified in Cow-calf, Feedyard, and Transportation divisions and have been qualified through the National BQA team and authorized to offer BQA training and certification to producers. The website has online and upcoming certification programs (see Events).
A comprehensive workbook covering many aspects of beef cattle nutrition. Includes worksheets for users to apply the concepts to their own operations. Chapter titles are: 1. Animal Nutrient Requirements 2. Forage Value 3. Evaluating Feeds 4. Minerals and Vitamins 5. Ration Balancing 6. Supplements and Supplementation Strategies 7. Body Condition 8. Heifer Nutrition and Development
David Bohnert, Shelby Filley, Gene Pirelli, Peter Schreder |
Oct 2019 |
The Drought Center helps people, organizations and institutions build resilience to drought though monitoring and planning, and we are the academic partner and web host of the U.S. Drought Monitor map. Our capabilities include climatology, social science and public engagement, and we work at all scales, from individual ranches to local, state and tribal government, and countries around the world.
Extension publications with the goal of sharing our research findings with the beef industry, particularly producers. Articles report current, original research that has many implications with beef cattle production, independently if the research study has an animal, range, or agronomic emphasis. In this link you will also find the Oregon Beef Council Research Report, which is the official publication for studies funded by the Oregon Beef Council.
Initiated in 1898, the National Cattlemen's Beef Association is the marketing organization and trade association for America's one million cattle farmers and ranchers. With offices in Denver and Washington, D.C., NCBA is a consumer-focused, producer-directed organization representing the largest segment of the nation's food and fiber industry.
The Oregon Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) was formed in 1913 in Baker County by 12 individuals who sought to advance the economic, political and social interests of the Oregon Cattle Industry. OCA works to assist and represent all cattle producers throughout the state on a daily basis.
Oregon’s cattle ranchers have joined together to promote their product – nutritious, delicious beef – through an entity called the Oregon Beef Council. Oregon Beef Council is one of 26 commodity commissions that promote Oregon agricultural products under the supervision of the Oregon Department of Agriculture.
Provides research and education on the use of animal genomics and biotechnology in livestock production systems. The research focus of Dr. Alison Van Eenennaam's laboratory is the use of DNA-based biotechnologies in beef cattle production and agricultural systems.