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April 2004

CT: April 19, 2004 12:57:39 CST
SPRING AND SUMMER IS NO TIME TO BACK OFF ON NUTRITION
Let's take a moment to examine nutrient availability in our pastures through the summer and see where nutrient supplementation can be useful at this time.

CT: April 19, 2004 13:04:57 CST
RAISING OR BUYING REPLACEMENTS IMPACTS FUTURE PROFITABILITY
A firm's ability to assume financial risk plays a role in deciding if it is time to cash in or invest in the future. Strong cases can be made for both buying and raising replacements to help the program progress.

CT: April 19, 2004 13:17:16 CST
RESEARCH CONTINUES ON CASTRATION BY VACCINATION
No risk castration of bull calves (and suppression of estrus in heifers) may soon be available to livestock producers as an injection. Thomas E. Adams, PhD (a professor at U.C. Davis) has been researching "castration vaccination" for a number of years.

CT: April 19, 2004 13:19:16 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- MORE BANG FOR THE BUCK
Have you ever had bulls that pass a Breeding Soundness Evaluation with flying colors but fail to breed as many cows as other bulls that passed the same test?


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