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CT: November 20, 2003 14:43:00 CST
IMPROVE YOUR HERD HEALTH STATUS THROUGH NUTRITION
Cattlemen, researchers, veterinarians and nutritionists have known for years that the health of an animal is closely tied to the nutritional plane the animal is on.
CT: November 20, 2003 14:45:16 CST
DAYLIGHT -- MARKETS ARE MARKETS, THANKFULLY
Understandably, when folks are making money, or at least have more breathing room because of price, there tends to be less attention paid to what some hoist up as the industry's perennial bogeymen whenever the markets are running the opposite direction.
CT: November 20, 2003 14:49:11 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- A PHOENIX IN PARADISE
For the uninitiated in Apache Flats lore, Eunice Nicklecock was the senior executive strategist for People for the Ethical Treatment of All Life (PETAL) about five years ago when she made the mistake of locking horns with Hooter after he had orchestrated retaliatory strikes against each new inane promotional campaign PETAL had come out with.
CT: November 20, 2003 14:50:55 CST
NUTRITION AND HERD HEALTH GO HAND IN HAND
For years we have known that health and nutrition are “joined at the hip.” The presence of adequate or inadequate levels of any of the nutrients can have serious effects on the overall health of the cow or calf.
CT: November 20, 2003 14:52:27 CST
PREPARE CATTLE FOR WINTER TO MINIMIZE COLD STRESS
Cattle need care during cold or wet weather to make sure they stay healthy and perform well. A well managed program to prepare cattle for winter and minimize cold stress can save money and reduce the number of sick animals.
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