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CT: August 08, 2001 09:03:09 CST
PROPER PLANNING IS THE KEY TO PRODUCTIVITY, PROFITABILITY
Often times, if you take a look at how many cattle operations are managed, they can be described in one word – reactionary. Decisions are made based on what is happening “today.” Little consideration is given to what might take place a week, month, six months or year from today.
CT: August 08, 2001 09:22:35 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- CERTIFYING FOR DOLLARS
Forget all of the halfwit, crackpot dunderheads pressing their political agendas with the supposed belief that a packrat has at least as many rights as a newborn baby. It's beef customers who are raising the stakes for verification of animal care and handling.
CT: August 20, 2001 13:17:11 CST
GETTING STARTED IN THE CATTLE BUSINESS TAKES PLANNING
Just because a new cattle producer is, in fact, new or has been away from the industry for a while does not mean that they have to come into an enterprise with their eyes closed.
CT: August 20, 2001 13:19:38 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- THE SCIENCE OF SCIENCE
“If they dropped a bomb on this place I wonder if anyone besides immediate family would really care,” wondered Hooter McCormick as he surveyed a gaggle of the more than 4,000 meat and food animal scientists gathered from around the world to discuss the minutia of what makes a hen cluck or a Mexican steer live.
CT: August 20, 2001 13:25:47 CST
SEVERAL TRAITS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IN SIRE SELECTION
Sire selection is an important decision made in cow/calf operations. In a single-sire herd, the bull is responsible for one-half of the genetics of the entire calf crop.
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