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October 2005


CT: October 14, 2005 09:34:36 CST
ENERGY ISSUES AFFECT CHOICES FOR CATTLE FEED INGREDIENTS
Everyone has felt the effects of rising energy cost as it relates to fuel prices and the cost of a barrel of oil.

CT: October 14, 2005 09:36:13 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- SINKING AND SWIMMING
Just before Hurricane Rita roared ashore, only a few weeks after her ugly sister Katrina walloped the Gulf Coast region in a record setting way, it was easy to make believe the cattle market was invincible.

CT: October 14, 2005 09:41:32 CST
AQUACULTURE ADDS DIVERSITY TO AG OPERATIONS
Alternative agriculture is a phenomenon that has come to the aid of small farmers looking to add diversity to current enterprises or is a by-product to some form of government payout plan. The range and scope of the products produced by this form of agriculture is astounding.

CT: October 25, 2005 09:11:23 CST
FAT INCLUSION IS PERCEIVED AS AN IMPORTANT PART OF SUPPLEMENTATION
Over the past few years it has become increasingly popular for producers to feed at least some fat (vegetable or animal - non-ruminant) in cattle feeds and supplementation programs.

CT: October 25, 2005 09:12:44 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- WEATHER OR NOT
You can always tell when the days are getting shorter around Apache Flats. The informal, irregular meetings of the Rio Rojo Cattlemen's Association at Jackson's War Wagon Saloon and Billiards Emporium become more frequent, begin earlier and last longer. The topic of conversation has been known to veer a might, too.

CT: October 25, 2005 09:14:09 CST
CREEP FEEDING 101: IS IT RIGHT FOR YOUR OPERATION?
Some decisions are easier than others. The decision to creep feed or not to creep feed is not an easy one for producers.


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