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April 2005


CT: April 01, 2005 13:11:07 CST
HEALTH AND PERFORMANCE OF YOUNG CALVES AN IMPORTANT ISSUE
Research and practice has shown the link between health, nutrition and management. This is especially true in young calves, especially those born in the winter and spring during periods of cold and wet weather.

CT: April 01, 2005 13:13:19 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- CANADIAN CATTLE, FINALLY?
Although it may not do much to soothe the jangled nerves of some U.S. cattle producers, the report from a fact-finding team—comprised largely of U.S. cattle producers—served up facts that indicate resumed cattle trade with Canada poses no additional health risk to the U.S. cattle herd.

CT: April 01, 2005 13:15:02 CST
RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT BUILD BULL POWER
Today, satisfied commercial customers set the standard in the purebred beef business, not the blue ribbons of the past generation. With modern tools of production, breeders can fine tune their bull development program to build a customer base.

CT: April 14, 2005 13:29:20 CST
CALVING SEASON SHOULD BE BASED ON ECONOMICS, RESOURCES
Let's take a look at some of the factors which have an effect on the decision of when to calve your herd as well as issues that come into play.

CT: April 14, 2005 13:32:01 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- BULL SELECTION: 101
There's not anything much scarier than ignorance armed with confidence. That's what Hooter couldn't help but think as he sat beside Uncas Binglemeyer at yet another bull sale.

CT: April 14, 2005 13:34:30 CST
YON FAMILY FARMS - A FAMILY FIRST, TEAM APPROACH BRING SUCCESS TO THIS ANGUS OPERATION
Obviously, the Yon's family-first team approach is paying off in a big way, and they are definitely proving those who said there was no way they could build a family farm from the ground up wrong.

CT: April 26, 2005 09:30:21 CST
A GOOD MINERAL PROGRAM IS REQUIRED YEAR ROUND
Over the years we have discussed mineral programs and the various facets on many occasions. Of all the nutrients or nutrient groups producers find the need to supplement, minerals (and vitamins) tend to be the most complex and the most misunderstood.

CT: April 26, 2005 09:33:08 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- POLICIES - PRODUCER GROUPS SPUR CONSOLIDATION
You can agree that the Canadian border should have reopened last month as proposed by USDA or not. You can be mad or glad that the group asking for and receiving the preliminary injunction that stalled the border opening for an indefinite period of time, effectively removed producers from any say in the matter, leaving it completely up to the courts. If you believe science must be the objective reference point from which to make such decisions, though, it's tough to argue that the border opening should have been delayed.


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