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September 2002


CT: September 08, 2002 21:43:34 CST
SALACOA VALLEY FARMS -- A PROGRAM WITH A PURPOSE
A program with a purpose, that is the phrase that David Vaughan, owner of Salacoa Valley Farms, uses to describe his Brangus operation.

CT: September 08, 2002 21:47:13 CST
CONSIDER MANY FACTORS WHEN PLANNING A PRODUCTION SALE
You've flirted with the idea of planning your own production sale for many years, and now you think it's time to give it some in-depth consideration. What do you do first?

CT: September 08, 2002 22:15:30 CST
PLAN NOW FOR HIGHER FEED AND SUPPLEMENT COSTS
For all practical purposes, it appears that cattlemen need to brace for higher feeding costs as this fall and winter approaches.

CT: September 08, 2002 22:18:18 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- THE CASE FOR TRACE
The sky isn't falling, thankfully, but genuine reality and heightened vulnerability say the beef industry would be wise to construct a sturdier umbrella of security in case it does.

CT: September 27, 2002 14:29:48 CST
IDENTIFYING, MANAGING SICK CATTLE IMPORTANT TO PROFITABILITY
There are few factors that affect the profitability of a cattle operation like sickness and deathloss in cattle. At this time of the year when producers are weaning phenomenal numbers, cattle are being shipped from one location to another, cattle are received to go onto pastures or into preconditioning or backgrounding operations or if they go directly to the feedlot, animal mortality (death) and morbidity (sickness) is at a high point.

CT: September 27, 2002 14:33:30 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- THE ARRIVAL
If you ever want added incentive to count your blessings, just hang around a maternity ward for a short spell. At least that's what Hooter was thinking, kicked back in the waiting room's easiest easy chair, idly thumbing the day's Star Telegram, which he'd already been through untold times during the past five hours.

CT: September 27, 2002 14:37:31 CST
TAKE STEPS TO MAKE SURE PRIVATE TREATY SALES ARE SUCCESSFUL
Perhaps selling your cattle through an annual or semi-annual production day isn't for you. If this is the case, then your other option is to sell your seedstock cattle on a private treaty basis.


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