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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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Implants have been proven to improve gains by 4 to 5 percent, according to research from Oklahoma State University. This could translate to an additional 18 to 20 pounds of weaning weight.

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The ditches along some roads in southwest Missouri are cluttered this spring with net wrap from round hay bales. The problem, which is particularly noticeable along rural roads, is easily preventable.

The plastic net wrapping used to pack and store hay bales has a good track record for preserving hay quality, but its durability is also its Achilles' heel when it comes to disposal.

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If you read or watch much news – especially if it relates to the upcoming election – you have been getting a hefty dose of conflicting views and positions. But there are still some things that everyone should be able to agree on.

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When we were in elementary or high school, many of us were taught a good way to provide a detailed description of an event was to use the “five W’s:” who, what, where, why and when.

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Nutrition has always been important to Tara Anspach, especially when it comes to her family and her horses.

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The horse has a simple stomach, similar to that of a human. The reason he can digest grass and hay, which humans cannot, is because he has a different type of large intestine.

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