November 2, 2011
By: Sara Brown, Farm Journal Livestock and Production Editor
A Montana family comes together to grow farm operations individually
The majestic Rocky Mountains can make any view beautiful, but the white Charolais cattle grazing before Brett DeBruycker are his idea of natural beauty.
"The northern plains of Montana are as close to a... read more on Separate (But Together)
Prepare a Savory, Juicy Beef Roast for your Family with the DeBruycker Fool-Proof Family Recipe! It's as easy as 1, 2, 3!
1)Unwrap your fozen beef roast from the freezer(no need to thaw);
2)Place it in a deep roasting Pan and fill it up with water approximately 1/2 to 3/4 of the way up the roast.
3)Sprinkle in plenty of beef bullion, onion, garlic and... read more on Roast Beef Recipe - works best with Charolais beef!
Crossbreed - why should you do it?
Crossbreeding has become a standard practice in the cattle industry. When the right breeds are crossbred, the results produce a superior animal which inherits many of the best traits from each breed.
What are the advantages to crossbreeding?
Crossbreeding beef cattle offers two primary advantages relative to the use of only one... read more on Crossbreeding with Charolais Cattle Puts Money in Your Pocket
Newborn calves are especially susceptible to frigid winter temperatures.
Many times, a newborn calf doesn't have the ability to care for itself, resulting in a wet, cold calf which may not be able to perform the necessary tasks needed to regain warmth or even retain warmth.
Newborn calves start out at a body temperature around 103° F. Within a few hours... read more on How the Cold Affects Newborn Calves