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February 2001


Cattle_Today: February 08, 2001 08:06:40 CST
DISEASE ISSUES CAN HAVE SERIOUS EFFECTS ON NUTRITIONAL STATUS
One significant factor affecting the nutritional status of cattle
is disease conditions with certain diseases having a more profound effect than others.

Cattle_Today: February 08, 2001 08:14:05 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- YAPPERS!
A good watch dog always lets you know when something's amiss, be it a predator headed for the chicken house or Uncle Willy coming in from town too late. Even dependable watchdogs aren't always right, though.

Sale_Report: February 08, 2001 08:44:12 CST
NATIONAL GELBVIEH SALE SETS NEW BREED RECORD
National Gelbvieh Sale Report

Cattle_Today: February 22, 2001 08:44:51 CST
MANY FACTORS EFFECT HERD'S REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE
Each year producers spend countless dollars on various products and practices they have been led to believe will enhance the reproductive performance of their herd. In some cases these efforts have paid off but in many they do not.

Cattle_Today: February 22, 2001 08:51:26 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- TAX INVASION
Wylie Zimmerman spied Hooter McCormick herding his pickup into the parking lot of Zimmerman, Flamdam and Whisker Accounting. Wylie Zimmerman made a beeline for the backdoor. But it was too late.

Cattle_Today: February 22, 2001 09:00:03 CST
FAT CONTENT IN COW'S DIET IMPORTANT DURING GESTATION
Cow nutrition is dependent upon adequate energy, protein, vitamins and minerals in a balanced diet, but recent research is also showing that during the last part of gestation the fat content of a cow's diet is also very important; especially in terms of rebreeding.


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