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CT: May 09, 2005 14:16:45 CST
VARIABILITY IN MINERALS MAKES SUPPLEMENTS NECESSARY
Research has shown,balance or amounts of the various minerals in plants and feed ingredients seldom matches the needs of the animal and that the availability in these forages and feeds does vary.
CT: May 09, 2005 14:20:07 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- TRIMMING THE SHIRTTAILS
Like hearing a ripsaw's teeth pulled gently across a chalkboard, or unwittingly chomping down on a bit of foil gum wrapper. That's how Priscilla had always affected Hooter. Just the thought of her.
CT: May 09, 2005 14:22:31 CST
OVERUSE OF ANTIBIOTICS MAY BE LEADING TO RESISTANCE
Use of antimicrobial drugs in food animals has become a controversial issue. There is growing concern among the public that overuse of antibiotics (in treating or preventing disease in both humans and animals) is possibly leading to resistant strains of pathogens that in the future may not be readily controlled by these drugs.
CT: May 23, 2005 12:41:15 CST
IT IS IMPORTANT TO UNDERSTAND COMPLEX FEED PRODUCT LABELS
Labeling of feed products has become increasingly complex, both for the manufacturer and the end user.
CT: May 23, 2005 12:42:49 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- HISTORIC BUT SPOOKY
If the beef industry can sustain current consumer beef demand, tomorrow's bad old times in the cow-calf business might be a $100/cwt. calf market.
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