Animal Science Department

 

Date of this Version

December 1995

Comments

Published for Proceedings, The Range Beef Cow Symposium XIV December 5, 6 and 7, 1995, Gering, Nebraska.

Abstract

In today’s fast-moving world of information, ranchers frequently suffer from technology overload. There can be enormous temptations to invest excessive amounts of resources on inconsequential activity. Understanding the responsibility of management for long-term success will help ranchers select appropriate technology. Focus on primary objectives will allow ranchers to develop simple and cost effective management strategies. Long-term survival of range livestock enterprises depends on (1) surviving or avoiding environmental extremes, (2) balancing livestock requirements with forage resources, and (3) recovering investments.

Share

COinS