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Archive for March 10th, 2012

Quick Tips: Hay Management

Now is the time to make plans for getting the most from your hay as fall winds down and winter ...

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Is Your Hay Supply Adequate Until Spring?

Do you have enough hay stored to meet the needs of your cattle for the remainder of the winter? Even ...

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Purina's IM Technology Delivers Predicatable Performance

PURINA’S IM TECHNOLOGY DELIVERS PREDICTABLE PERFORMANCE It’s a well-researched fact that a stable digestive system in cattle results ...

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Seven Vital Trace Minerals for Cattle

Cobalt, copper, iodine, iron, manganese, selenium and zinc are trace minerals important to good cattle nutrition. Ranchers and feedlot operators ...

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Quick Tips To Help Reach BCS Goals

Body condition scores (BCS) are an excellent means of monitoring the effectiveness of your beef-cow-nutrition program. Here are 10 management tips ...

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Fall Cow-Calf Management Reminders

Fall Cow-Calf Management Reminders October • Beginning in late October or November, provide supplemental feed for bulls on dry grass according ...

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Sustained Nutrition for Lifetime Performance

There are unfortunately many examples to draw upon from our history, especially during wartime, of maternal nutritional deprivation and the ...

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Quick Tips: Weaning Management

A calf's diet and surroundings change dramatically at weaning and if you don't closely manage this lifestage, the value of ...

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Quick Tips for Controlling Flies

Now is the time to map out your fly control program. Horn flies normally begin showing up in spring when ...

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Nutrition Key in Heifer Reproductive Efficiency

Good nutrition management is a key to reproductive efficiency in heifers.  Animal scientists at the university of Georgia Cooperative extension ...

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