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May 2004


CT: May 07, 2004 15:17:32 CST
FORAGE QUALITY AN IMPORTANT FACTOR IN BEEF PRODUCTION
As producers concerned with efficient performance of our cow herds, growing cattle and so on, we realize that management practices that promote the production of quality forages for consumption by these animals is very important. It is probably one of the most important things a producer does and subsequently requires attention year round.

CT: May 07, 2004 15:19:24 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- TAX FLATTENER
Hooter McCormick was the only client that Wylie Zimmerman had ever fired. He'd done Hooter's tax work for years, or attempted to, but there came a day three years back when his constitution balked at the thought of one more go-round with Hooter's logic-defying approach to the tax system, not to mention the constant calls from the IRS and subsequent audits on Hooter's behalf.

CT: May 07, 2004 15:21:17 CST
BAD PICTURES OF YOUR CATTLE CAN COST YOU PLENTY
A picture is worth a thousand words… but bad pictures of your cattle can cost you plenty! Many potential customers cannot visit your ranch to view your cattle in person, but when they see your cattle in your photo album, a sale catalog, or in an advertisement in your breed publication, CATTLE TODAY or on the Internet, you want their first impression to be a good one.

CT: May 17, 2004 08:44:56 CST
IS SUPPLEMENTATION WORTH THE ADDED COST?
Routinely we discuss supplementation in its various shapes, forms and fashions and generally we proceed under the assumption that supplementation of the cow, the calf, the growing stocker steer or heifer, etc. is cost effective.

CT: May 17, 2004 08:46:37 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- FREE MARKETS PREVAIL...SO FAR
Cattle producers still have the right to market their cattle any way they choose and to whomever they choose.

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