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Cattle_Today: August 09, 2000 12:23:33 CST
STRESS REDUCTION IS IMPORTANT TO PROFITABLE CATTLE PRODUCTION
While we consider some forms of stress beneficial (i.e. processing cattle to provide vaccinations, dewormers, etc.), in general we normally consider stress to be counter productive. This counter productive stress is where our emphasis lies in this context.
Cattle_Today: August 09, 2000 12:34:43 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- PORK 'N GENES
Obviously, there are a couple of irrevocable physiological and management differences that mean pork and beef will never be able to travel down the exact same road together, but peek over the hog panels and it's easy to see the paths of both industries are eerily congruent enough to make your knuckle hair tickle.
Cattle_Today: August 24, 2000 13:11:10 CST
PRODUCERS CAN REDUCE STRESS TO CATTLE BY IMPROVING HANDLING METHODS
In most cases, stress is counter productive and reduces performance. In addition to environment and nutrition, two of the most common animal stressors include handling and transportation.
Cattle_Today: August 24, 2000 13:18:55 CST
PLAN NOW FOR WINTER FORAGE PROGRAM
Believe it or not, it is time to begin planning for your winter forage program. A little effort now can pay big dividends this winter.
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