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The latest Cattle on Feed report showed a record April feedlot inventory of 12.1 million head, up 1.7% year over year. The quarterly inventory of steers on feed was up 1.8% year over year, while the inventory of heifers on feed was up 1.7% over one year ago.

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One of the most stressful stages in the life of a beef calf is weaning. During the weaning process, calves are separated from their dam and often experience additional unfamiliar events such as vaccinations, castration, dehorning, dietary and environmental changes.

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HogStop – Feral hog bait

HogStop is a one-stop answer to feral hog problems with a non-kill, low environmental impact solution.

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Having a defined breeding season can increase profit potential for cow-calf producers and make many aspects of management easier and more efficient. However, some producers are hesitant to implement a defined breeding season because of concerns about some cows not getting to breed.

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1. Rest helps roots. Resting plants allows them to recover leaf tissue without robbing the root base. Continuous grazing will result in overgrazing, as animals will continue to graze down the most palatable plants.

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