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CT: March 11, 2004 13:00:17 CST
SELECTING MINERALS REQUIRES MORE THAN READING TAGS
With the variety of products and claims associated with literally thousands of products on the market, how does the producer select a range mineral that is right for his operation?
CT: March 11, 2004 13:01:59 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- TESTING THE LIMIT
Even though some folks are pushing for USDA to begin screening all cattle past a certain age for Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), or at least allow private industry to screen cattle for the disease if they choose to, recent events underscore just how far away the nation seems to be from any long-term resolution.
CT: March 11, 2004 13:03:31 CST
POOR WATER QUALITY CAN STEAL CATTLE BLIND
Water is the most important nutrient in the realm of beef production. During the average day cattle will consume three-times as much water as they will dry matter.
CT: March 26, 2004 09:07:01 CST
THE BEST DEFENSE AGAINST FOOT ROT IS A GOOD OFFENSE
Every year about this time my phone starts ringing from producers looking for solutions to an age-old problem in their cattle – Foot Rot.
CT: March 26, 2004 09:14:45 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- THE MCMONSTER
Each new arrival to the growing crowd gawked up at Willy Two-Toes and posed similar questions to the one who had arrived only minutes sooner.
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