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CT: August 04, 2005 14:54:57 CST
PRODUCERS MUST LOOK FOR FEED ALTERNATIVES DURING DROUGHT
Dry conditions shorten the available grazing and increase the time for supplemental feeding of beef cattle of all classes.
CT: August 04, 2005 14:57:18 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- GLORIETTA GOLD -- PART II
In Part I, we met Elmo Huggins, a young man digging up rocks in Hooter's north pasture. He'd convinced a skeptical Hooter that it might be the site of Confederate gold, captured at Fort Craig in 1862 and buried by his great granddaddy and a handful of others trying to get it to General Lee.
CT: August 04, 2005 15:01:27 CST
CYBER-MARKETING PROVIDES NEW OPTIONS TO PRODUCERS
Ain't technology grand? Satellite dishes and the Internet are connecting an increasing number of farm and ranch households to the rest of the beef industry. Now, many of us who still cannot set the clocks on our VCR are able to watch as the numbers of head of livestock that are traded via video and Internet services continue to climb.
CT: August 04, 2005 15:04:10 CST
MORE EMPHASIS BEING PLACED ON RED MEAT YIELD
Muscling and marbling, in most cases, are two important factors when it comes to evaluating genetics for carcass quality.
CT: August 11, 2005 15:24:28 CST
MANAGE STRESS TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE IN STOCKER CATTLE
Within the next few months huge numbers of freshly weaned cattle will be shipped from the ranch to grass and grazing programs.
CT: August 11, 2005 15:26:58 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- CANADIAN STAMPEDE ISN'T
Undoubtedly, the flow will increase, but when the border finally opened to live
Canadian cattle (younger than 30 months of age) July 14, there was less hoopla
and dust than lots of folks expected, especially those who opposed to the move.
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