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Cattle_Today: June 06, 2000 11:55:27 CST
SEAWEED BEING USED TO IMPROVE BEEF PRODUCTION
Seaweed may be an anomaly in North Mississippi, but animal researchers at the Prairie Research Unit in Monroe County are using this marine algae to improve production of the state's beef cattle.
Cattle_Today: June 06, 2000 12:02:13 CST
SILAGE IS BEING USED MORE OFTEN IN THE BEEF INDUSTRY
A practice that has been used in much of the United States but more so in the dairy industry has been storing various crops as silage. Interestingly, this management practice is gaining acceptance and more widespread use in the beef industry over recent years.
Cattle_Today: June 21, 2000 08:19:19 CST
PRODUCERS MUST CONSIDER THE COST OF A SILAGE PROGRAM
While ensiling of crops has been used extensively for many years, many parts of the country are just now beginning to recognize the value of this practice. Interestingly, a number of methods have evolved to make implementing this process simpler and start-up costs lower.
Cattle_Today: June 21, 2000 08:24:44 CST
NEW OPPORTUNITIES TO PAYOFF IN BEEF SALES
The team that helped launch some of America's first microwaveable beef dishes is sharpening its focus even more. Checkoff-funded new product development team members from the National Cattlemen's Beef Association (NCBA) are using market research to choose the biggest opportunities for new products based on their potential to get into the market fast, as well as earn incremental beef sales quickly.
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