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May 2003


CT: May 05, 2003 15:17:07 CST
INCLUDING FAT IN RATIONS CAN BENEFIT REPRODUCTION
While feeding fat is well known to stimulate gains in finishing cattle recent research into the effects of fat inclusion in the diet on reproduction has shown positive results.

CT: May 05, 2003 15:21:16 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- C.O.O.L. TO C.O.L.D.
Izzy and Peetie Womac were both referring to the special meeting of the Rio Rojo County Cattlemen's Association, called to discuss exactly what Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) was going to mean to them.

CT: May 05, 2003 15:26:07 CST
THROUGH GENETICS AND MANAGEMENT COMMERCIAL AND SEEDSTOCK PRODUCERS CAN PRODUCE UNIFORM AND CONSISTENT CATTLE
Beef Quality Assurance is much more than ensuring injections are administered properly and in the right location. Though correct injection-site protocol is critical, cattle producers need to keep in mind there are a whole host of often overlooked quality measures that they can take to improve beef for consumers.

CT: May 19, 2003 07:49:42 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- DOWN SIDES OF UP STRATEGIES
The drought and plenty of market uncertainty, notwithstanding, in the mid-term--say, the next 18 months or so--this is one of those odd, too rare moments in the cattle business when supply, demand and the attendant market prices mean each production segment has an opportunity for profit.

CT: May 19, 2003 07:51:53 CST
UNDERSTANDING CALF NUTRITION IS CRITICAL TO PERFORMANCE
New and growing calves are complex creatures and go through many changes in a very short period of time.

CT: May 19, 2003 07:53:50 CST
COPPER DEFICIENCY CAN BE A PROFIT ROBBER
When dealing with herd health and imbalances in mineral nutrition, the answers are generally not black and white. One such instance is copper deficiency.

CT: May 29, 2003 09:19:10 CST
FEEDING HORSES PROPERLY MEANS ENHANCED PERFORMANCE
Since the cattle industry began, horses have long been used in the operation of cattle farms and ranches. Over the years, the equine industry has evolved into a stand-alone entity but in many situations, horses remain a very valuable asset to numerous cattle operations despite the emergence of 4-wheelers and the like.

CT: May 29, 2003 09:26:01 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- THE BIG ONE
Hooter didn't want any surprises for his birthday. He'd made that clear to everybody from Aunt Pinkie, to cousin Charlie, to his runnin-buddies, to his new girlfriend, Claire.


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