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February 2002


CT: February 07, 2002 08:04:22 CST
YEAST USAGE CAN POSITIVELY AFFECT FEEDING AND SUPPLEMENTATION
Yeast usage has found applications in many areas. One particular area of interest is in cattle grazing fescue pastures.

CT: February 07, 2002 08:07:02 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- STEPS TOWARD I.D.
Up front, the industry is still more than a wish and a pen stroke away from a standardized national animal identification system, voluntary or otherwise.

CT: February 19, 2002 14:26:40 CST
AGE AT PUBERTY AND SCROTAL CIRCUMFERENCE ARE IMPORTANT FACTORS IN BULL SELECTION
For years producers and researchers alike have emphasized the role of bulls in cattle breeding operations. Interestingly, over the years certain factors have arisen which have proven especially important when we consider new bulls for a herd or as producers manage these new male cattle.

CT: February 19, 2002 14:30:46 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- THE R-LAFF ADVENTURE - PART II
By the end of Part I, Milo Talltale, R-LAFF president and founder had inadvertently come close to electrocuting his assistant—something to do with sweet tea and a laptop computer—and begun engaging Hooter and other RRCCA members in a debate about specific industry issues, shining all kinds of statistics upon the makeshift screen along the way.

CT: February 19, 2002 14:33:52 CST
BOYS WILL BE BOYS!
Bulls are tough. They have to be, to withstand the abuse they give each other.


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