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CT: September 08, 2004 15:06:55 CST
NUTRITION IS IMPORTANT PART OF SUCCESS IN THE SHOW RING
The cattle show circuit is a core component of the beef cattle industry in the United States. Few, if any, segments of the cattle business extract the excitement and passion as that found in the show ring.
CT: September 08, 2004 15:09:47 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- TAKING IT WITH YOU
Aunt Pinkie was glummer than a Democrat at a tax-cutting party. She was ruffling through a dog-eared ream of papers her accountant had sent her, along with a note suggesting, for the umpteenth time in two decades, that Aunt Pinkie needed to think about putting her estate in order.
CT: September 22, 2004 12:57:41 CST
FEEDING SHOW CATTLE REQUIRES GOOD MANAGEMENT
Remember that show cattle are no different from other cattle in terms of relative nutritional demands with the exception that they are probably better conditioned than the average beef animal and that substantially more dollars are spent to get them to any given point of their production life.
CT: September 22, 2004 13:54:01 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- PREMIUMS FOR ADDED HEALTH VALUE INCREASE
Even though the notion of preconditioning has been around for decades, and while the practice began in earnest during the past 10 years with the advent of the Texas A&M Ranch to Rail program and subsequent specialized management and marketing programs, plenty of producers still view preconditioning as a dicey investment.
CT: September 22, 2004 14:02:29 CST
PROFESSIONAL HEIFER DEVELOPMENT SERVICES GIVE TLC TO REPLACEMENTS
Over the last 14 years, Heartland Cattle Co. has developed roughly 48,000 head of heifers for producers in 31 different states.
CT: September 22, 2004 14:06:29 CST
CALYX STAR RANCH -- BUILDING ON THE FAMILY LEGACY WITH BRANGUS CATTLE
At Calyx Star Ranch, the family roots run deep in the Mississippi soil where eight generations of the Field family have lived and worked the land for over 180 years.
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