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April 2020

Current Progressive Cattle Digital Edition

The April issue of Progressive Cattle focuses on pest control. Get some insights on fly control, and learn how to manage internal parasites through proper grazing practices. Also included is grazing. Learn how to use targeted grazing to establish firebreaks, and learn how to keep your land safe through conservation easements. Lastly, see how a Tennessee stocker finishing operation stays successful through simplicity.

2020

Progressive Cattle Issue 1 2020

January

The January issue of Progressive Cattle highlights calving season. Pick up some pointers on preventing and treating scours, and learn some tips and tricks to dealing with dystocia. Also included is feed and nutrition. Take a look at nutrition for calving season, and learn some strategies for feeding cows during the winter. Lastly, start the new year off right with a fresh look at cattle record keeping.

Progressive Cattle Issue 2 2020

February

The February issue of Progressive Cattle focuses on herd health. See how active dry yeast probiotics can help reduce health and growth challenges see when feeding newly arrived feeder calves, and learn about interstitial pneumonia and how to detect it. Also included is production sales. Get some tips on making "picture day" less stressful, and get some tips on how to choose the right bull and pay the right price for one during production sale season. Lastly, be aware of the federal and state rules that dictate how you transport cattle from one place to another.

Progressive Cattle Issue 3 2020

March

The March issue of Progressive Cattle focuses on reproduction and genetics. Get some insights on using A.I., IVF and embryo transfer, and learn how to make the sire selection process simpler. Also included is facilities and equipment. See how you can take your cattle handling system to the next level, and find out how thermal sensors work on the ranch. Lastly, learn three areas to focus on for optimum bull fertility.