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Last month’s article provided a brief review of phosphorus supplementation and its impacts on cow weight and body condition, calf weaning weight and pregnancy rates.

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Evaluating how management decisions the year prior have affected performance at specific production time points can yield valuable information for producers.

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Many beef producers rely on corn silage to develop cost-effective, high-quality rations. Proper timing of harvest and storage management has a big impact on the success of feedstuff quality throughout the winter months and into the spring.

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Heat stress – does it matter? It could cause loss of productivity in the form of lost pregnancies, reduced feed efficiency and gains while potentially increasing sickness and possible death loss. In those terms, it certainly can matter a lot. Heat stress is going to happen to some degree.

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The 2019 beef production forecast was reduced marginally from the previous month to 27.2 billion pounds as expected fourth-quarter production more than offset a slight increase in expected second-quarter production.

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