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February 2005


CT: February 08, 2005 07:42:16 CST
NUTRITION PLAYS A LARGE ROLE IN GETTING COWS BRED
One fact that requires constant reinforcement for many cattle producers is that there is no replacement for good genetics, sound management and proper nutrition V the three legs of the production tripod.

CT: February 08, 2005 07:44:01 CST
HUNTIN HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- LET THE CHAOS BEGIN
Bad luck and worse timing will beat sound science and meticulous planning every time. At least that seems to be the case with USDA submitting its proposed rule to pave the way for resumed Canadian cattle trade with the U.S. on the very day that the Canadian government announced its suspected third case of native-born bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) inside of two years.

CT: February 08, 2005 07:45:56 CST
CHANGES AT RETAIL LEVEL HAVE IMPLICATIONS FOR PRODUCERS
Any progressive cattle producer understands just how fast the industry is changing on the production side of the gate; what you may not know is how fast and how much things are changing at the meat department of your local grocery store or supermarket, where well over half of all beef is sold to consumers.

CT: February 21, 2005 07:55:23 CST
MANAGE BULLS FOR OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE AND LONGEVITY
Every year about this time many producers are busy looking for replacement bulls to go into their cow herds. As most producers know every bull at some point in time has to be replaced due to age, injury, reproductive unsoundness or because that bull no longer fits the program.

CT: February 21, 2005 07:57:13 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- RISKY BUSINESS
Like trying to nab a whip snake in saw grass. That's how futile Hooter's attempts had been trying to find a bolt to replace the one he'd lost from Claire's fireplace insert.


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