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CT: February 23, 2004 10:46:00 CST
MANAGEMENT OF COWS BEFORE AND DURING CALVING IS CRITICAL
On many cow-calf operations, late winter and early spring are wonderful times of the year. For many operations this is when calving takes place and the foundation for the operation's profitability is laid.
CT: February 23, 2004 10:48:28 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- THE MARKET: STAY TUNED
If the market gives you an opportunity to lock in a profit, now is not the time
to be swinging for the fences, says
Randy Blach, executive vice president of Cattle-Fax.
CT: February 23, 2004 10:50:37 CST
MINERAL INTAKE CRITICAL FOR REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE
The old saying goes if you don't get them bred, you're not going to accomplish much. Over the years we have addressed nutrition's effect on the brood cow and this factor just cannot be minimized.
CT: February 23, 2004 10:52:41 CST
TRICHOMANIASIS CAN SNEAK INTO HERDS WITHOUT OBVIOUS SIGNS
Trichomoniasis is a subtle disease that can sneak into a herd without obvious signs, until preg check time unless you observe cows cycling through summer when they should have been settled.
CT: February 23, 2004 10:54:35 CST
SCROTAL SIZE AND SHAPE AN INDICATION OF BULL FERTILITY
Scrotal shape and size can be a good indication of a bull's fertility. Exact size can't be measured, but you can usually tell by visual inspection whether or not a bull is adequate or falls short in this department.
CT: February 23, 2004 10:57:10 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- PHOENIX IN PARADISE -- CONCLUSION
By the time Eunice Nicklecock stumbled into the city limits of Apache Flats, she was already half-way back to the Gentle Balance and Peace Institute, although she didn't realize it yet.
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