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CT: May 21, 2002 02:52:57 CST
SUMMER SUPPLEMENTATION CAN OPTIMIZE PRODUCTION
While the Good Lord designed the cow to take advantage of grasses and forages and to make use of materials that other animals cannot, in many cases, we've learned that to optimize production, we may have to embellish a bit on what the animal can obtain from the pasture and/or hay that it might be on.
CT: May 21, 2002 02:58:01 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- REALITY HURTS
To say that the cattle markets have been in turmoil is akin to saying the Titanic may have sprung a small leak.
CT: May 21, 2002 03:02:21 CST
SOIL AND FORAGE TESTING AN IMPORTANT COMBINATION IN OPTIMIZING FORAGE PRODUCTION
As cattle producers we sometimes assume a different role: that of grass farmers.
CT: May 21, 2002 03:05:46 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- GROUNDED
Along with his ranching endeavors on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota, Sammy Beaver Teeth ran a string of rough stock. He was on his way back from a show in Mesquite and reckoned it made sense for Hooter to ride back north with him to look over some calves Bob Houston at Apache Feeders was interested in. Hooter made the trip for Bob every year.
CT: May 21, 2002 03:09:11 CST
CONTROLLING FLIES IN BEEF CATTLE HERDS IMPROVES PERFORMANCE AND VALUE
Controlling flies can both add value and improve performance of cattle. Face flies and horn flies are an annual problem on beef cattle.
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