During the winter season, most cattle are supplemented with dry forages, grains and coproducts. This ration is balanced and delivered to cattle. Then spring comes along and cattle are put out to grass.
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A change in seasons often brings positive things to look forward to, from refreshing weather to improved environmental conditions. Not so with fly season. While the appearance of these pests can be a challenge, there are proactive steps producers can take throughout the season to help minimize their impact.
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