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Cattle prices are high, but so is the cost of feed. As the winter months approach, producers can find value in understanding their animals’ nutritional needs and exactly how much is required.

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In the cattle business, weight is important. The weight of a calf when it’s born through the weight when it’s processed are all values that help a producer to know more about a herd, and make management decisions.

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Agriculture has always been known as a people business. For decades, business deals were done with a handshake, no paper trail needed.

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Ruminal acidosis continues to be a common digestive disorder in feedlot cattle and in dairy cows, and it occurs when the rate of acid production is greater than the rate at which acid is neutralized (saliva buffering) and cleared (absorption) from the rumen.

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Storing big round hay bales by lining them up along the fencerow may be easy, but it is not economical. Baled forage probably constitutes the highest percentage of winter feed cost we have wrapped up in a cow.

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Free-choice supplementation extends pasture, reduces labor requirements on Texas ranch

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