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Cattle_Today: November 08, 2000 12:01:19 CST
UTILIZE AVAILABLE INFORMATION WHEN DEVELOPING COW HERD
Regardless of the source the genetic base for the cattle which ultimately end up in our food system is immensely diverse. In this diversity we find the root of a lot of the problems we encounter in the market and the industry.
Cattle_Today: November 08, 2000 12:07:13 CST
BUILDING A SOUND COW HERD REQUIRES TIME AND COMMITMENT
When we sit back and look at how a given group of cattle was collected, grouped, built, evolved or any other number of colloquialisms, we find that in many cases not nearly as much time and planning was put into the process as should have been.
Cattle_Today: November 08, 2000 12:12:09 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- GONE PUBLIC
Just about the time more than one Chicken Little had predicted the beef industry would be drop-ping its dally and turning ol' Lighten' out to pasture for the last time, it's a whole new ballgame. Beef demand has been marching North for better than a year, calf and feeder prices are up and a load of producers have the best shot at profit they've had in years.
Cattle_Today: November 30, 2000 07:25:02 CST
MANAGE HEIFERS FOR PRODUCTIVITY AND COST CONTROL
Costs associated with heifer development represent a significant up-front investment. Additionally, management of the heifer during the development period can significantly affect her lifetime productivity and must be carefully planned.
Cattle_Today: November 30, 2000 07:34:23 CST
STUDY WINTER GRAZING TO DETERMINE IF FEED IS ADEQUATE
Many cattle spend part or all of the fall and winter on pastures. The challenge for the stock grower is to manage these cattle to make use of inexpensive forage, yet keep cows in satisfactory body condition for calving and the next breeding season.
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