Iowa Beef Center

The Iowa Beef Center at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, serves as the university’s extension program to cattle producers. Our dedicated group of faculty and staff work together to develop and deliver the latest in research-based information to improve the profitability and vitality of Iowa’s beef industry. We strive to be the No. 1 source “For all things beef."

Topics

Cow-calf Operations

Economics & Markets

Environmental
Management

Feed/Corn Co-products

Feedlot Operations

Forages, Hay & Grazing

Genetic Selection

Heifer Development

Livestock Health

Stocker/Backgrounder

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Iowa Beef Center
313 Kildee Hall
Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011-3150
Phone: 515-294-BEEF (2333)
Fax: 515-294-3795
beefcenter@iastate.edu

last updated: September 2, 2014

 

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News from Iowa Beef Center

Results from the 2014 Iowa State Fair 4-H Beef of Merit contest are now available. Read the exhibitor letter and final placings from Window A, Window B, and prediction contests.

Iowa Beef Center and its grazing partners will host numerous grazing events in 2014, ranging from courses for beginning to experienced graziers to a specific series of workshops around Iowa led by grazing consultant Jim Gerrish. See all events on the IBC grazing page.

IBC's Patrick Wall presents a four-part video series, "ABCs of EPDs" on a new webpage devoted to genetic selection topics.

See these resource pages (Sources and resources are added as they are available.)
Flood resources
Water management and drought resources
ISU Extension and Outreach resources

IBC Newsroom

Resources

IBC Growing Beef Newsletter |Subscribe|

IBC Research & Publications

IBC Software

ISU Beginning and Young Livestock Producer Network

ISU Resources

Water Quality Initiatives for Small Iowa Beef and Dairy Feedlot Operations (IMMAG)

Cattle Industry Resources

Applied Beef Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle

eXtension Beef Cattle Community

National Beef Cattle Evaluation Consortium

National Program for the Genetic Improvement of Feed Efficiency of Beef Cattle

University of Nebraska--Lincoln Beef Extension Program