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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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An old family photo album holds a picture of a little girl with a huge smile, holding an even bigger bag of carrots, as she stares at her new lifelong adventure.

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When feeding high-stress weaning and receiving cattle, there are two competing factors that dictate what the best strategy is:

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One of the textbooks I routinely use to answer questions about trace minerals is Minerals in Animal and Human Nutrition by Lee McDowell from the University of Florida.

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Beef production is the largest segment in American agriculture, adding more than $60 billion to the U.S. economy.

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With today’s increasing grain prices, producers are looking for alternative feedstuffs for their cattle.

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Evaluations to extend the grazing season look promising for: spring grazing of winter cereals; summer and/or fall grazing of pearl millet, teff, cereals, vetch or rapeseed combinations; and fall/early winter grazing of turnips or rapeseed with stockpiled pasture/pearl millet/cereals.

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