March 12-13

Linn, Missouri

Contact Steve Campbell

208-315-4726

trianglec3@gmail.com

 

 

March 15th to 18th

I will be in East Texas. If you would like to sign up for a ranch visit at that time please contact me at 208-315-4726 or email at trianglec3@gmail.com

February 21-23

MOSES conference in LaCrosse Wisconsin

April 3-5

Grass Ferd EXchange in Santa Rosa California

 

 

 

Tailor Made Cattle
Helping solve your Genetic and Epi-Genetic challenges 

“Do you have too many open first calf heifers?”

Two-day School at Voss Land and Cattle
March 12-13     Linn Missouri


Join Steve Campbell and Ralph Voss for lectures each morning and early afternoon followed by live animal demonstrations at the Voss Ranch.
Subjects covered

Bull and Cow fertility and how to observe/measure them           
Reading animals haircoats to see what they are telling us regarding their hormonal function, butterfat and tender meat.
Linear measurement
Minerals and toxins: a farmer’s ideas to on-the-farm solutions
YOUR questions

Lunch provided each day
$175 for the two-day school

Contact Roy Libbert 573-821-5143 or roylibbert@hotmail.com
Classes held at the Stone Hearth Inn Call 573-897-9903 for reservations
1639 Highway 50 East
Linn, Missouri 65051

 

Karl Falster said the following regarding the 2017 school in Gainsville Texas, "Frankly I was quite taken with the content, the depth of content of the animal mineral/nutritional exposition(s) and the how to diagnose the physical manifestations of our cow’s condition – in all areas. I’ve looked over my herd with new eyes now. The answer to the several questions from friends and neighbors about how I liked the seminar, is that it was the best and most relevant that I have ever attended. I’m so glad John Guinn pointed out the opportunity to me. I am so grateful for your making it available.

J. B. sent the following email after the Fort Wayne School...

"Since we all had the pleasure of learning from Gearld and Steve, I have begun to practice some of the skills taught and use some of their recommendations in regards to mineral.  As I expressed at the seminar and so did some of you, pinekeye has been a thorn in my side the last 3 years.  When I went to the conference, I probably had 30 cases of active Pinkeye. This is in a herd of around 200 or more total animals.  I had 5 completely blind animals.
When I returned home, I didn't have access to everything I needed to completely start the mineral program.  I did have some Kansas Sea Salt, so I thought I would start with Steve's brine solution. Once again I didn't have a big enough tub so I used a 20 gallon mineral tub.  Instead of using a bucket, I just put 10 pounds in and stirred it up.  It was all gone the next day.  For the next week I went through 1 to 2 of these per day.  Within that week all Pinkeye in the animals that had access to the brine was halted.   Four of the blind animals recovered enough sight to get around pretty well.  The fifth is still blind and hasn't had brine (test case I guess).  I am now using a 50 gallon rubber maid tank and I put about 20 pounds of salt in it.  They go through 1 a day with maybe a touch unfinished.  Other side benefits seem to be even shinier coats and the best of all very intense heat signs (Steve believes my conception rates will get even better)."