June 23, 2021 Manhattan, Kansas The Beef Improvement Federation (BIF) presented Lee Leachman, Fort Collins, Colorado, a BIF Continuing Service Award June 23 during the group’s annual meeting and symposium in Des Moines, Iowa. Read the full article here.
Listen to economists, geneticists, and ranchers talk about the keys to leaving a profitable legacy. Lee Leachman explains the five step process to turn your herd into an industry leading herd using genetics and DNA testing.
Lee shares his thoughts on what the future of the beef cattle industry looks like in the age of meat alternatives.
Lee Leachman and a group of professional cattlemen for Colorado and Wyoming meet at Leachman Cattle of Colorado to discuss what drives profitability in the cow/calf sector. The group explores trends related to genetics, breeds, growth, etc.
Lee Leachman talks about the complexities of beef cattle genetic decision-making in panel on the American Rancher.
Lee Leachman discusses the challenge of selecting bulls that will make your herd more valuable and more profitable. How do you balance 20+ EPDs? With our $Profit® model. Lee goes further into depth about the process behind the $Profit® simulation, how it can be used to pinpoint the probability of a bull, and why our customers are using $Profit® over and over to …
Hear Lee explain how you can ensure that your cattle can compete on a global level with the $Profit® method.
How do we know the real value of cattle? In his presentation to Superior Productions, Lee explains the concept of $Profit® and how you can use $Profit® to predict performance of feeder cattle before making any purchasing decisions. In this presentation, you’ll learn how ranchers are using $Profit® to identify strengths and weaknesses of their cattle so they can invest in …
In his guest lecture at the 2015 New Zealand Society of Animal Production Conference, Lee Leachman explains how to produce and maintain a profitable cowherd. You’ll learn about the keys to herd profitability, the production schemes and selection criteria to think about when choosing cattle, genetic trends of the marketplace, and how to market your cattle to maximize revenue.
Watch Lee Leachman on NCBA’s Cattlemen To Cattlemen as he explains how his customized sustained nutrition program provides an extra edge for his cattle operation.
Lee Leachman weighs in on the debate over the value of heterosis in commercial cow herds.
A cow’s milk production affects calf weaning weights, but Lee Leachman explains why more is not necessarily better in evaluating milk EPDs in seedstock cattle.
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