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Cattle_Today: January 09, 2001 08:24:33 CST
ESTROUS SYNCHRONIZATION IMPROVES PERFORMANCE AND VALUE OF HERD
In general synchronization works by manipulating the hormones that affect reproductive activity in various stages of the process. Different compounds affect different stages but with the same outcome -- suppression of heat and subsequent breeding activity in a group of females until a specified time.
Cattle_Today: January 09, 2001 08:36:53 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT - BEATING THE BUBBLE
Potentially, cattle producers stand upon the threshold of a product transformation where information—the incentive for buyers to become more loyal—has as much or more value than the cattle it describes. It's an age where beef production is replaced by the manufacture of consumer eating experiences.
Cattle_Today: January 24, 2001 14:21:14 CST
CONSIDER ALTERNATIVES WHEN FORAGE SUPPLIES BECOME SHORT
In many areas forages turn up short and producers end up paying exorbitant prices for commodities that may only be actually worth 25 percent of the price paid. What causes these situations and what do we do about it?
Cattle_Today: January 24, 2001 14:24:53 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- WINTER GAMES
Snow at Apache Flats is similar to common sense at EPA. It doesn't happen often, so when it does folks usually take notice.
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