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CT: June 12, 2003 08:33:54 CST
HORSES MUST HAVE ADEQUATE ENERGY SOURCES
Over recent years an immense amount of research has been applied to the science of equine nutrition and physiology. One area in particular that has been pursued has been that of the energy component of the diet and how to address certain issues that are commonly seen in horses fed high levels of grains.
CT: June 12, 2003 08:35:43 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- HITTING THE TARGET?
The good news is that the carcass target for the bulk of beef production in the United States—Choice, Yield Grade 2—hasn't changed for better than two decades. The bad news is that apparently the industry's ability or willingness to hit that target with more cattle has.
CT: June 26, 2003 08:47:37 CST
RETAINING OWNERSHIP THROUGH FEEDLOT IS A VIABLE OPTION
Cattle feeding has been around a long time. Since the early 60's, cattlemen have discovered that intensive feeding to grow and finish steers and heifers was an economical means of producing beef.
CT: June 26, 2003 08:50:12 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- LOOKIN' FOR MOJO
If Hooter had any doubts before, the bumper sticker sealed the fact this had to be Slick Randolph's rig. Back in the day, Hooter had seen Slick at least once a week, all across the Southwest.
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