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July 2001


CT: July 10, 2001 13:07:57 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- POCKETS GERONIMO
This wasn't a wake, exactly, nor was it a memorial service, or really anything any of them had ever been a part of before. They didn't really know what to do, but it seemed fitting somehow to do something to honor a life that was, the life that was a proud and respected Indian by the name of Pockets Geronimo.

CT: July 10, 2001 13:12:26 CST
NUTRITIONAL FACTORS CAN AFFECT REPRODUCTION
Research and practice has shown us that there are a number of nutritional components that have positive and negative effects on reproduction.

CT: July 10, 2001 13:14:56 CST
BLACK INK -- JOIN FORCES, EARN AND CLAIM YOUR PREMIUMS
There are many ways to ally with premium quality and get paid for it. Most involve networking with at least one other producer who has similar quality objectives.

CT: July 24, 2001 08:19:21 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- BREED FREED?
It's not exactly a raging blizzard in Hell yet, but the frosty flakes of irrevocable change are beginning to stick to turf once deemed unassailable.

CT: July 24, 2001 08:26:23 CST
MONITOR CATTLE CLOSELY FOR HEAT STRESS
In the livestock industry it's fairly common to hear at least a few stories each summer about someone who suffered fairly extensive animal or production losses due to excessive heat or heat stress. Animal and production losses represent millions of dollars not to mention the time and effort of dealing with the situation. This is true in all phases of the beef industry.

CT: July 24, 2001 08:33:15 CST
CONTACT WITH WILDLIFE CAN PUT CATTLE'S HEALTH AT RISK
In recent years the livestock industry has become more aware of wildlife transmitted diseases and the potential for increased risk to cattle through contacts with wildlife.


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