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CT: March 19, 2002 10:12:26 CST
STARTING NEW CATTLE ON FEED CAN BE CHALLENGING
Any one who has ever taken cattle off pasture and started them on full feed knows that making this transition can be challenging. Whether you are receiving new cattle out of the sale barn and starting them on a preconditioning or finishing program, developing bulls or heifers or possibly simply starting a show steer, how these cattle are handled as they make these dietary and management changes can have huge effects on long-term performance.
CT: March 19, 2002 10:16:40 CST
HUNTIN'DAYLIGHT -- SEIZE THE MOMENT
If you believe in the power of the free market economy made possible by democracy and its attendant historical sacrifices, and if you believe in encouraging the markets to remain free rather than snub them short to the post of mediocrity with artificial legislation (does the Johnson Amendment ring a bell) and false information, then this may well be the first day of the rest of your life in the cattle business that you've thirsted for.
CT: March 19, 2002 10:23:03 CST
CALVES NEED COLOSTRUM TO BUILD IMMUNITIES
The antibodies in colostrum are very important to the new born calf because he has very little disease resistance of his own.
CT: March 19, 2002 10:25:54 CST
ASSURING QUALITY FOR BEEF CONSUMERS AN IMPORTANT PART OF EVERY PRODUCER'S OPERATION
The subject matter in cattle producer's homes and offices and coffee shops has changed substantially over the last few years. One very important area producers find themselves concerned with is quality assurance in the cattle they are producing.
CT: March 19, 2002 10:29:43 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK - HOOPS HEAVEN
The group assembled on the other side of the camera for the team photo was more motley than a load of Mexican steers traded six times before hitting the border.
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