The latest from Agri Beef
Monday, March 20, 2017
B. Roy Prescott is a businessman, and he is a family man. Sitting in his ranch office, Roy is surrounded by photos of prize winning Charolais bulls, ribbons, trophies, and photos of his parents, children, and grandchildren looking over him as he ope…
Friday, March 10, 2017
Dripping nose. Puffy, gunk-filled eyes. Limited appetite. Symptoms that worry you as a parent are what we look for in our cattle, so we can help them fight off illness and recover as soon as possible.
Our pen riders are often the first line of defen…
Friday, March 3, 2017
When the forecast calls for several inches – or feet – of snow, providing our cattle with the basics of food, water and a comfortable place to rest gets a bit more complicated.
At Boise Valley Feeders in Parma, ID the yard crew beds pens with over …
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Dr. Del Miles has made a career traveling from feed yard to feed yard, in the sweltering summer heat and subzero winter temperatures, from the Great Plains to the Pacific Northwest. Dr. Miles’s animal care expertise, built on early beginnings in feed…
Friday, January 20, 2017
The wide open space of the Oregon high desert envelopes you as you drive down the dirt road leading into Crow Camp Ranch. In a sea of sagebrush, black cattle forage for sparse desert grass amongst the ground squirrels, jack rabbits, and sage grouse. …
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
From ranch to table, our family-owned company is involved in every step of the beef lifecycle, including ranching, cattle feeding and beef processing. Crucial to every aspect are great people – ranching families, Agri Beef team members, distributors,…
Thursday, December 15, 2016
As you crest the hill above Rock Creek Ranch, you are greeted with a breathtaking view; cattle graze in a vibrant green pasture and Klamath lake gleams nearby, filled with egrets, cranes, and varied wildlife. Snowcapped peaks loom in the distance as …
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Raising cattle responsibly means eliminating as much stress as possible from their lives, especially when the time comes to separate the calves from their mothers. This process is more commonly referred to as weaning. While the concept may sound simp…
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Raising healthy cattle is both our livelihood and our responsibility. It means doing everything in our power to ensure the animals in our care are comfortable, well-fed, and healthy… even on Father’s Day.
From the Cowboys to veterinarians to the sup…
Monday, October 10, 2016
Did you know that all cattle spend the majority of their lives eating grass?
Yes, even cattle finished on grain in a feed yard. Grass is an integral part of the diet at the feed yard as well. When mixed with grains and supplemented with vitamins and…