NCBA's Redbook Continues to Make Cattle Recordkeeping EasyWed, 16 Sep 2020 14:02:21 CDT
For more than three decades cattle producers have been able to simplify their recordkeeping with a handy booklet from the National Cattlemen's Beef Association. Soon the 2021 version of the Redbook will be ready to help cattle producers effectively and efficiently record their daily production efforts, which can help enhance their profitability and reduce their stress levels.
In addition to an area for recording Beef Quality Assurance practices and proper injection technique information, the 2021 Redbook will have more than 100 pages to record calving activity, herd health, pasture use, cattle inventory, body condition, cattle treatment, AI breeding records and more. It also contains a calendar and notes section.
"The Redbook is a simple, cost-effective and practical way to keep track of what's taking place with cattle on farms and ranches," according to Dan Kniffen, a Pennsylvania beef producer. "In addition to being a proven way of capturing and the documenting continual improvement being made by cattle producers, it provides a daily reminder of the positive steps both already taken and needed going forward."
Redbooks can be purchased after Oct. 5, 2020, for $7.00 each, plus shipping and handling. To order, visit store.ncba.org. Customization of the Redbooks is available (for 100 books or more).
For more information on the NCBA Redbooks, contact Grace Webb at firstname.lastname@example.org, (800) 525-3085.
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