Latest News From Bulls

50% of Bulls Fail BSEs due to Poor Sperm Morphology

Check out the photographs of nine common problems Dr. Ahmed Tibary, Washington State University, says he most often sees in the sperm of bulls that fail breeding soundness exams.

When is the right time to castrate bulls?

Castration is a key component to any preconditioning program that can greatly influence market price premiums or discounts, especially in older bull calves.

Cows, Calves, and Cold Weather Concerns: Prepare for Winter Conditions

When harsh winter conditions are in the forecast, avoid being caught off-guard and consider these ways to manage your cows, calves, and bulls to help them weather the storm.

Bull Management After the Breeding Season

In most spring calving herds, the breeding season begins in the spring or early summer. Maintaining a 60- to 90-day breeding season can be one of the most important management tools for cow-calf producers.

6 Tips to Prepare Your Herd for Breeding Season

Breeding season is fast approaching, set your herd up for success by focusing on these key areas.

Bull Breeding Soundness Exams Can Put More Profit In Everyone’s Pocket

Drovers and Bovine Veterinarian invite you to attend a free one-hour webinar on how to use breeding soundness exams to ensure adult and yearling bulls are ready for the breeding season.

Top 10 Winners of the Drovers “Show Us Your Bulls” Photo Contest

Find out who won the latest Drovers photo contest!

Individual samples would be required for most trichomoniasis testing under the proposed TAHC rules.
TAHC Proposes New Rules for Trich, BVD

The Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) has proposed a Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (BVDV) control program, including designating BVDV as a reportable disease.

British Cows Get Own Tinder-Style App for Breeding

Farmers swipe right on Tudder mobile app to find matches for cows.

The Bull Lameness Exam

The bull lameness exam Lameness can mean the difference between a valuable bull and hamburger.