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Feed & Nutrition

Learn about all aspects of cattle nutrition from harvest and storage to balancing rations with forage, byproducts and supplements.

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Most of us know using a pour-on product requires safety measures; obviously, we aren’t strapping on our backpack of pour-on, raising our arms in the air and liberally drenching everything around us.

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How many of you consider cottonseed hulls (CSH) to be a good roughage source for mixed livestock diets? Are you crazy or have you just not read the nutrient and digestibility analysis of CSH?

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A beef producer’s ultimate goal is to find a beneficial, cost-effective feed that will meet the needs of their herd. That’s why discovering a feed that is economically and nutritionally sound is a win for any operation.

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If you want to pick a fight with someone, take a side on the debate about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) on social media. GMOs are also called genetically engineered crops, transgenic crops or biotech crops.

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How would you like to save $15 per cow on your winter feeding bill? What if I told you it could be done by making one timely change to what you are feeding your cows grazing on native grass pasture?

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Corn silage serves as an excellent roughage source in beef cattle diets. It is highly digestible, palatable and blends well in a total mixed ration. As a medium-energy feedstuff, it can be used as the primary ingredient in growing diets for calves.

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