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Title: DeSoto County beef newsletter
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Creator: DeSoto County Extension Office, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida
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Publication Date: October 2007
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IFAS EXTENSION


DeSoto County

Beef Newsletter
2150 NE Roan Street, Arcadia, Fl 34266
October 2007 / Volume 29 Number 10

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
October


Plan to attend the
DeSoto/Charlotte Farm Bureau
Annual Meeting and the DeSoto
County Cattlemen's Association
Annual Fall Meeting in October


11 Pasture Weed Field Day, Ona Range Cattle Research Center, 8:30 AM 1:30 PM
12 Pine Ridge Angus Bull Sale, Arcadia Stockyards, 1:00 PM

16-18 Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition, Moultrie, GA
19 3r Annual Florida Quail/Dove Short Course, Turner Center, Arcadia, FL, 7:30AM-5:00PM
25 DeSoto County Cattlemen's Association Annual Fall Meeting, Turner Center Exhibit Hall, 7:00
PM, Arcadia, FL.
26 Florida Society for Range Management Fall Field Day, Escape Ranch, Kenansville, FL

November
2 Jorgensen Land and Cattle Angus Bull Sale, Arcadia Stockyards, 1:00 PM

30 All Breed Bull Sale (Angus, Braford, Brangus, Charolais, & Polled Hereford, Arcadia
Stockyards, 1:00 PM
December
7 Florida Brangus Breeders Association Bull Sale, Arcadia Stockyards, 1:00 PM
FEEDYARD PLACEMENTS, INVENTORIES DOWN
USDA's September Cattle on Feed report, released last Friday, shows that high feed prices continue to discourage
placements of cattle into feedyards. As of Sept. 1, feedyard inventories were 6 percent below those of one year earlier.
Placements into feedyards during August, at 2.12 million head, were 7 percent below those during August 2006.
Following the trend of recent months, the biggest decline in placements was in the lightest weight categories. Placements
of cattle weighing less than 600 pounds declined 28 percent compared with August 2006, while placements in heavier
weight categories were close to those of one year ago. Feedyards marketed 2.07 million finished cattle during August,
virtually the same as last year. Livestock analysts expect the supply of both feeder cattle and fed cattle to become tighter
this winter and into next spring. Such tighter supplies would support higher fed-cattle prices during that time frame.
Inventories are down in all the major feeding states from a year ago. Corn prices will continue to influence cattle
feeders, as evidenced by the significant decline (190,000 head) in placements of cattle weighing less than 600 pounds.
Both packer margins and feedyard margins finished September in negative territory. -Drovers Alert, Thursday,
September 27, 2007 Vol. 9, Issue 39.
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MARKET INFORMATION

October 1, 2007

9/29/07 Last Week Last Year
5 AREA WEEKLY WEIGHTED CATTLE PRICE
Live Steer 95.72 93.71 90.63
Live Heifer 92.76 93.89 91.02
Dressed Steer 149.40 146.01 139.81
Dressed Heifer 150.03 146.77 141.58
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9/29/07 Last Week Last Year
BEEF PRODUCTION (Estimate) (Estimate) (Actual)
Slaughter 654,000 645,000 636,000
Live Weights 1286 1283 1287
Dressed Weights 788 788 785
Beef Production (M. of Pounds) 513.8 506.6 497.2
htto://www.ams.usda.aovlmnreoortslSJ LS712.txt


9/14/07


Last Week Last Year


National Grading Percent
Prime 2.47% 2.20%
Choice 53.03% 52.66%
Select 35.33% 35.33%
http://www.ams.usda.qov/mnreports/NW LS196.txt


2.66%
49.81%
36.70%


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5 Area Weekly Live Steer Price


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95.00

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75.00
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01/05 02/16 03/30 05/11 06/22 08/03 09/14 10/26 12/07
Week Ending Date
KSU Dept. of Ag Econ
Source: USDA &James Mintert, K-StateAg. Economics www.agmanager.lnfo

Choice/Select Spread

10/05/07

$9.80/cwt
http://marketnews.usda.gov/gear/browseby/txt/L
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Kansas Combined Auction (Dodge City, Pratt, & Salina)
Weekly Weighted Average 500-600 Lb. Steer Prces


01/05 02/16 03130 05/11 06122 o083 09114 10126 12/07
Week Endino Date
KSU Dept. of Ag Eon
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The summary below reflects the week ending September 28, 2007 for Medium and Large 1 -- 500- to 550-lb., 600-
to 650-lb., and 700- to 750-lb. heifers and steers. Source: Beef Stocker Trends, October 2, 2007. <


Calf Weight


500-550 lbs. 600-650 lbs. 700-750 lbs. 500-550 lbs. 600-650 lbs. 700-750 lbs.


TX 122,000 $112.15 $S111.40 $105.23 $105.60 $106.32 $97.18

AL 13,500 $111-118 $104-110 $100-104 S101-111 $98-106


TN 12,400 $113.41 $108.27 $102.75 $100.91 $97.09


FL 12,300 $97-103 $96-98


$85-96


$90-98


$92.22


$93-95


GA 13,000


$95-117 $94-111 $85-102 $85-110 $89-104 $85-93


CORN:
Kansas City US No 2 rail White Corn was 51 to 54 cents lower from 3.67-3.74 per bushel. Kansas City US No 2 truck
Yellow Corn was 45 cents lower at 3.19 per bushel. Omaha US No 2 truck Yellow Corn was 45 cents lower from 2.97-
2.99 per bushel. Chicago US No 2 Yellow Corn was 44 1 to 51 cents lower from 2.97 1-3.30 1 per bushel. Toledo US
No 2 rail Yellow corn was 54 1 to 60 cents lower from 3.10 1-3.22 1 per bushel. Minneapolis US No
2 Yellow Corn rail was 44 b cents lower at 2.92 1 per bushel.
Source: USDA Weekly National Grain Market Review, Friday October 5, 2007,
http://www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/SJ_GR851.txt
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FAWN-DESOTO COUNTY ANNUAL RAINFALL-2007 http://desoto.ifas.ufl.edul
1sT COLUMN IS 2007--2 COLUMN IS 2006--3R COLUMN IS 2005.
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JULY AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC Total
1.93" 2.09" 0.81" 2.80" 2.28" 5.04" 5.42" 5.57" 4.56" 30.50"
0.32" 3.26" 0.97" 0.14" 2.07" 2.71" 5.84" 9.30" 4.15" 1.36" 0.81" 2.13" 33.06"
9.71" 8.73" 5.86" 4.03" 8.78" 3.78" 0.11" NA
Currently we are 1.33" ahead of last year.
FAWN-DESOTO COUNTY HIGH & LOW TEMPERATURES AT THE EXTENSION
OFFICE-FIRST COLUMN IS THE HIGH & 2ND COLUMN IS THE LOW
86.60 86.50 86.30 90.50 89.00 97.50 95.40 97.10 94.20 0 0 0
33.30 32.60 39.50 43.90 53.00 63.20 69.30 69.80 67.80 0 0 0
GOT STRESS? DRINK THIS
A Japanese company has launched a milk beverage that claims to reduce stress. Nakazawa Foods claims the milk is
taken from cows once a week at the break of dawn as they discharge a high level of melatonin, a stress-reducing
hormone. The milk is bottled within six hours of milking at a farm north of Tokyo. We're not sure if it's "adult milk"
due to the melatonin, or the price a whopping $43 per quart! That's nearly 30 times as expensive as ordinary milk -
outrageous even for Tokyo, which has the highest cost of living on the planet.-Drovers Alert, Thursday, October 4,
2007 Vol. 9, Issue 40.

Beef Management Calendar

October/November

Cut Hay. Check dustbags, oilers, etc.

Heavily graze pastures to be interplanted to ryegrass. rCheck pastures and hay fields for armyworms.

Check mineral feeder. ISurvey pastures for poisonous weeds.

Wean calves and cull Cow Herd. Check for external parasites, especially lice & treat.


Post calving cows have the highest nutritional requirements criteria, and start checking availability of quality
in the first 82 days. Il animals.n b acenne lo li

Plant cool season Ryegrass and small grains. IPlant cool season legumes.
BEEF RECALL FIFTH LARGEST
The USDA is urging consumers to avoid any of the 21.7 million pounds of frozen ground beef that has been recalled by
Topps Meat Company due to potential infection with E. coli bacteria. The USDA says this recall is the fifth largest in the
history of the United States. According to an agency release, the frozen ground beef products were produced on various
dates between Sept. 25, 2006, and Sept. 25, 2007, and distributed to food service institutions in the New York
metropolitan area and to retail establishments nationwide. The latest E. coli recall prompted Consumers Union to call
for a single food agency that would focus on food safety. "The system is broken," says Jean Halloran, Consumers
Union's director of food policy initiatives. "Recalls and inspections have failed miserably. Clearly we need a single food
agency with the tools, resources and leadership to focus on one clear mission food safety." Ms. Halloran believes both
the FDA and USDA need "mandatory recall authority."- Greg Henderson, Drovers editor-Drovers Alert, Thursday,
October 4, 2007 Vol. 9, Issue 40.
CONFERENCE FOCUSES ON DISTILLERS' GRAINS
U.S. Grains Council and BBI International will host the 2007 International Distillers Grains Conference and Trade
Show at the Renaissance in Schaumburg, Ill., on Oct. 21-23. The conference will focus on industry issues related to
distillers' grains for domestic and international end users and provide opportunities for buyers and sellers, animal

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health professionals, producers, researchers and service providers to network and learn more about one of the world's
fastest growing feed ingredient businesses. -Drovers Alert, Thursday, October 4, 2007 Vol. 9, Issue 40.
DESOTO COUNTY CATTLEMEN'S ASSOCIATION ANNUAL FALL MEETING
Let's have the biggest turnout ever!! The 2007 DeSoto County Cattlemen's Association Annual Meeting will be held at
7:00 p.m., Thursday, October 25, 2007 at the Turner Center Exhibit Hall. All members, along with their family, are
invited to attend. Members are asked to bring a covered dish. You may bring one guest to the steak dinner. Members
bringing more than one guest will be asked to pay $10.00 per each additional guest. Not only will you be able to enjoy an
excellent steak dinner by attending, you will also hear excellent information concerning beef cattle production and most
of all, you will have a great time socializing with your friends.
FLORIDA SOCIETY FOR RANGE MANAGEMENT FALL FIELD DAY
The Florida Society for Range Management will have their annual Fall Field Day on October 26, 2007. The Escape
Ranch, located in Kenansville, FL will be the host for this event. Topics included will be prescribed fire, roller chopping,
supplemental feeding, predation management, a bird dog demonstration and more. The entire Field Day will be geared
toward quail management and be presented in a context of proper management of flatwoods and dry prairie habitats.
REPORT ON ARGENTINE AND URUGUAYAN BEEF INDUSTRIES
Argentina and Uruguay are significant beef exporters and, on a per-capita basis, among the world's greatest beef
consumers, according to a new report from the USDA's Economic Research Service. The two countries also account for
between 13 and 20 percent of U.S. beef imports on a tonnage basis. Most of that is grass-fed beef, as only 10 to 20
percent of their beef production involves grain finishing. Both countries have recently implemented national animal
identification systems, and their export slaughter facilities are up to the World Trade Organization's sanitary standards.
Both countries are considered free from bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) by virtue of their pasture-based
production technologies, but wrestle with foot-and-mouth disease (FMD). Argentine cattle/beef markets and trade are
clearly and significantly affected by Government interventions in the domestic market. In contrast, Uruguay focuses on
exporting beef. -Drovers Alert, Thursday, September 27, 2007 Vol. 9, Issue 39.
EVALUATING BULLS FOR REPRODUCTION
With the time of year upon us that we are considering buying bulls, some quick thoughts on what criteria we should use
to make our purchasing decisions.
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Balance, Capacity and Condition are 3 other physical attributes that should be considered in selecting the live animal.
Of the 3, I believe that selecting bulls with adequate capacity (not pencil gutted) is by far the better consideration in our
sub-tropical humid environment with lower quality forages. The use of EPD's (Expected Progeny Differences) is the
paper tool that we have for making cattle selection, especially bulls in crossbred cow-calf operations. I will address
EPD's in depth in next month's newsletter. If you would like to know more about EPD's in the meantime, contact me at
the office (863-993-4846 or jimselph(&ufl.edu) and we can sit down and discuss their use in detail.
UNIVERSITY of
U FLORIDA James F. Selph
The Foundation for The Gator Nation DeSoto County Extension Director, IV, Livestock & Forages
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PLEASE RSVP


From SR64: Travel South on CR663
approximately 5 miles and turn right onto
Goosepond road. Travel approximately
1.5 miles and turn left onto Experiment
Station Road. Follow this road past the
main office and follow the signs for parking.

From SR70: Travel North on CR661
approximately 10 miles and turn left onto
Goosepond road. Travel approximately 1.5
miles and turn left onto Experiment Station
Road. Follow this road past the main office
and follow the signs for parking.


We will need to know how many people we
will be serving for lunch. Please contact
Toni Wood at (863) 735-1314 or email her
at flstroll(@ufl.edu. A $10 per person
registration fee, made payable to The
South Florida Beef Forage Program, may
be sent directly to Toni Wood, 3401
Experiment Station, Ona, FL 33865. As
long as you are preregistered, you may
bring your payment with you to the field
day. If you are not preregistered, on-site
registration is $30.


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Pasture Weed Day

2007


Thursday, October 11
8:30 AM
$10 Pre-Registration by Sept. 28
$30 On-site registration


UNIVERSITY of
SFLORIDA
WFAS Extension


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of Florida, IFAS, Florida A. & M. University Cooperative Extension Program, and Boards of County Commissioners Cooperating.


Di reactions






Hard to Control Weeds


Program


Tour Speakers


Are you battling tropical soda apple or
climbing fern? Do you have questions
concerning forage tolerance to herbicides?
How do you remove vaseygrass and
bahiagrass from bermudagrass or
stargrass pastures? Is there anything new
for smutgrass? What herbicides are
available for pasture weed control? What
is that weed?

These are all questions we ask. Every
year we are challenged with new
questions, problems, and sometimes, new
weeds. It is our goal to help you find an
economical approach to weed control in
your pastures.

Controlling weeds can be a problem, and
optimum weed control will depend on the
particular weed species, the environment,
weed age and size, as well as time of year.
We hope to share some information
concerning pasture weed control at this
field day.

Who Should Attend?
* Ranchers


* Herbicide Applicators

* Extension Educators


8:30
Arrive at Ona (See Map)

9:00
Opening Welcome & Address

9:10
Tour

TSA virus

TSA beetle

Climbing fern

Forage grass tolerance to
herbicides

Weed Identification

Vaseygrass and bahiagrass
control in stargrass pastures

Smutgrass control

Cleanwave herbicide

12:00- 1:30
Lunch at Range Cattle REC


1:30
Adjourn


* Anyone who wants to learn more about
weed control in pastures


Dr. Brent Sellers, Extension Weed
Specialist and Asst. Professor, University
of Florida-IFAS Range Cattle REC and
Dept. of Agronomy

Dr. Greg MacDonald, Weed Scientist and
Assoc. Professor, University of Florida-
IFAS Department of Agronomy

Dr. Ken Langeland, Weed Scientist and
Professor, University of Florida-IFAS
Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants and
Department of Agronomy

Dr. Raghaven Charudattan, Plant
Pathologist and Department Chair,
University of Florida-IFAS Department of
Plant Pathology.

Dr. Julio Medal, Entomologist, University
of Florida-IFAS Department of Nematology
and Entomology.

Mr. Ed Jennings, Regional Specialized
Livestock Agent, Pasco County Extension.

CEU and CCA Credits

We are currently applying for CEU and
CCA credits. Those needing such credits
will be asked to sign in when arriving at the
pasture and sign out at the end of the
program.


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Agenda
Presiding: Jim Selph
7:30 Trade Show Opens
7:45 Registration & Coffee
8:00 Welcome & Introductions:
Jim Selph & Bill Giuliano
Bobwhite Quail Ecology,
Management, & Issues
8:05 Bobwhite Basics: Dr. Bill Giuliano-
Professor and Extension Specialist
8:30 Identifying Important Native Quail
Plants: Kristen Candelora-Natural
Resources Extension Agent
8:55 Food Plots and Supplemental Feeding
for Quail: Robert Hoffman & Brandon
Schad, UF/IFAS
9:20 BMPs for Pen-raised Birds: Fred
Fanizi, Quail Creek Plantation,
Okeechobee, FL
9:45 Break (Trade Show)
10:00 Dove Facts: Kurt Hodges, FL Fish &
Wildlife Conservation Commission


iviourning uove iLogIgy,
Management, & Issues
10:25 Dove Fields: Jim Selph-DeSoto County
Extension Director
10:50 Dove Harvest and Hunting: Nick
Wiley-Director of Hunting and Game
Management, FWC
11:15 Q&A with Speakers
12:00 Lunch (Trade Show Open)
1:00 Field/Site Visit and Meeting with
Managers and Speakers at Longino
Ranch:
The interaction of cows and quail
on native forage/habitat: Cliff
Coddington
Identifying important plants for
quail & dove: Kristi Candelora &
George Tanner
Landscapes for Quail: Bill Giuliano
& Jim Selph
Food plots and feeding programs for
quail: Brandon Schad, Jim Selph, &
Cliff Coddington
Predator management: Bill Giuliano
Dove fields: Jim Selph, Cliff
Coddington, Nick Wiley, and Kurt
Hodges


Corporate Sponsors

SLONGINO RANCH
SHANCOCK FARM
& SEED CO., INC.
*WALMART OF
ARCADIA
*Diamond R
Fertilizer
WAlico Inc.
*Farm Credit
Associations of
Florida

Cooperators
UF/IFAS Dept. of Wildlife Ecology &
Conservation
South Florida Beef Forage Program
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission

Each Paid Participant is eligible for
Door Prizes with the Grand Door
Prize being a Mossberg Over &
Under Silver Reserve Shotgun
donated by Wal-mart and the
South Florida Beef/Forage
Program


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University of Florida, IFAS, Florida A. & M. University Cooperative Extension Program, and Boards of County Commissioners Cooperating.






I I SOLUTIONS
'or your LIFE


This program is designed to
educate landowners, managers,
and hunters on the ecology and
management of Quail and Dove
in Florida. The science-based
information will be presented in
layperson terms and will come
from a variety of sources
including landowners, the
hunting industry, academia,
NGOs, and natural resource
agencies.
Participating Agents and
Specialists
Jim Selph/Kristen Candelora
DeSoto County: 863-993-4846
Dr. Bill Giuliano
Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Department:
352-846-0575
Robert Halman
Collier County: 239-353-4244
Lockie Gary
Hardee County: 863-773-2164
Sonja Crawford/Glenn Schaibly
Hendry County: 863-674-4092
Lindsey Fielder
Highlands County: 863-402-6540
Brent Broaddus
Hillsborough County: 813-744-5519
Christine Kelly-Begazo
Indian River County:772-770-5031
Christa Carlson
Manatee County: 941-722-4524
Pat Hogue/Pat Miller
Okeechobee County: 863-763-6469
Bridgett Carlisle
Polk County: 863-519-8677
Other Sponsors


Advanced Registration: $50.00

Late Registration Postmarked after 10/5/07: $75.00

Make Payment to: South Florida Beef
Forage Program
Mail Registration and Payment to:
DeSoto County Extension, PO Box 310,
Arcadia, Florida, 34266
Website Information:
http://desoto.ifas.ufl.edu/Agricultural/wildlife
and conservation.html



For information, including registration,
contact:
Dr. Bill Giuliano, UF/IFAS Department of
Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, 352-
846-0575 or
Jim Selph, DeSoto County Extension
Director, 863-993-4846.


Registration Form
Name:

Address:

City:

Phone #:

E-Mail:

Number Attending:

Payment Amount:
$


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Quail & Dove

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Turner Civic-Center
Arcadia, FI
October 19, 2007


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