March 17, 2013

Improving beef with better bulls


While making the switch to artificial breeding in beef cattle is not easy, it can be done and will pay off in the long run. The resulting offspring will have improved genetics, the potential for higher growth rates and higher quality beef for your customer’s next cookout. For more information about handling facilities, switching to artificial insemination or sire selection, contact me at 561-7450 or email

Peter Hagar, agriculture program educator, Cornell Cooperative Extension Clinton County, 6064 Rt 22, Plattsburgh, 12901. Phone 561-7450. 




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