WASHINGTON – The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) has published the 2013 version of its Integrated Resource Management (IRM) Redbooks. The books serve as a tool for U.S. cattlemen and women to record calving information and daily production activities.
For more than 25 years, according to John Paterson, NCBA executive director of producer education, these record books have provided an effective way for cattle ranchers to record their production records in order to enhance profitability of their operations.
“The 2013 Redbook provides more than 100 pages to record calving activity; herd health; pasture use; cattle inventory; body condition; cattle treatment; and more. The books also contain an annual calendar; address section; Beef Quality Assurance national guidelines; and proper injection technique information,” said Paterson. “This is a tool every cattlemen needs.”
The IRM Redbooks can be customized with company information and/or logo on orders of 100 books or more at a reduced rate. Contact Grace Webb at 800-525-3085 or email@example.com for more information. Individual 2013 Redbooks will be available for purchase on Oct. 1, 2012 for $6.25 each, plus shipping through NCBA’s Web site at www.beefusa.org. F