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March 2003


CT: March 19, 2003 08:06:38 CST
SOME BY-PRODUCT FEEDS CAN BE USED TO ADD EXTRA FIBER
In this last segment we'll examine three common fiber sources used in feeds and supplementation.

CT: March 19, 2003 08:08:49 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- FINALLY, AND THEN?
When fed cattle prices finally reached $80/cwt., in the Southern Plains at the end of January, then climbed up to $82 for the first time in two years, it was hard to feel anything but relief.

CT: March 19, 2003 08:23:01 CST
BLACK INK -- BULL VALUES REQUIRE PLANS
It doesn't take much of a bull to make your cows pregnant. But if you want to improve the herd, you must reach far beyond hamburger value.

CT: March 31, 2003 08:41:39 CST
BLOAT EFFECTS CAN BE REDUCED THROUGH MANAGEMENT
Endemic with the growth of lush, green pastures in the spring is a condition most cattle producers are familiar with to at least some degree, that of bloat.

CT: March 31, 2003 08:49:00 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- MAYBE CUPID AIN'T SO STUPID
So, it was Claire Riggins who'd sent Hooter the Willie Nelson tape and a note signed with the ominous words: “Your secret admirer, but not for much longer.” Aunt Pinkey had confirmed it, and then gone on to inform her nephew there was no explaining why such a sweet, beautiful, young and apparently intelligent widow would be smitten by someone like him.

CT: March 31, 2003 08:52:06 CST
BLACK INK -- RIVER OF PROFIT OR TRICKLE?
While your calves are frisking in the sun, the last thing on their minds should be the first thing on yours. The fact that your cows gave birth to calves creates a wellspring of opportunity that can trickle along toward sale day or grow to a profitable river. It's your call.


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