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October 2002


CT: October 18, 2002 13:08:06 CST
DROUGHT CONDITIONS CAN LEAD TO AFLATOXIN POISONING
Given the environmental conditions we have experienced across the country this year, the incidence of Aflatoxin will be much higher than normal and producers need to be aware of this situation.

CT: October 18, 2002 13:11:20 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- HEDGING WITH COST INFORMATION
Beef consumers are demanding more accountability from their suppliers. In turn, the suppliers are demanding more food safety, animal welfare and environmental assurances from the production industry. Just selling a quality, consistent product is not enough in this emerging reality; folks want to know more about the product, and they want that knowledge verified.

CT: October 18, 2002 13:13:39 CST
ADVERTISING AND PROMOTION ARE KEY TO SUCCESSFUL MARKETING
The success or failure of your marketing efforts depend greatly on your ability to communicate to customers and potential clients about yourself, your breeding program and when and where your sale will be taking place.

CT: October 18, 2002 13:17:51 CST
FALL IS A GOOD TIME TO FOCUS ON HERD HEALTH
Fall working is one of the rancher's best opportunities to make management decisions that improve the herd health situation and also affect profit or loss. This is a good chance to have "hands on" every cow and to know what is happening.

CT: October 29, 2002 08:38:00 CST
SOME TRACE MINERALS PLAY IMPORTANT ROLE IN CATTLE'S DIET
We are finding with increased regularity that certain specific Trace Minerals are not only important but they may be MORE important than we originally thought.

CT: October 29, 2002 08:40:08 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- THE WEIGHTING GAME
Hooter was blasting down the highway between the cap rocks and gullies north of Canadian, scowling at the dead bugs on his windshield, doing the math on how much the bid would cost him on his pen of steers.

CT: October 29, 2002 08:42:05 CST
MAKE SURE YOU ARE GETTING YOUR AD DOLLAR'S WORTH
The beef business probably has more trade publications per capita than any other industry. At last count, there are at least 100 to 120 publications that devote some or all of their editorial content to the cattle business, which can seem overwhelming when it comes to placing your ads.


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