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

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What is considered high risk? It seems with today’s markets and feeding scenarios, everything is considered high risk when we talk financials.

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It’s that time of year when spring calves will be weaned and new cattle will be entering stocker and feedlot operations.

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Many U.S. dairies have adopted the use of semen from beef sires as part of an overall shift in their A.I. program.

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The story of weaning and receiving calves is a familiar one across the country and it is soon upon us. As grass is drying up and fall has arrived it is time to formulate a plan for weaning. Bawling calves, stressed rumens, long truck rides and new environments all add up quickly to high stress conditions. Let us help you manage through with our MLS #5 Stress Tub: Targeted nutrition specifically formulated for weaning, receiving, or other high stress situations. 

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In light of current weather patterns and drought in portions of Kansas and surrounding states, Kansas State University (KSU) hosted a webinar featuring tips for strategic reduction of grazing pressure, supplementation and early weaned calf nutrition and health considerations.

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Many producers I’ve talked to seem interested – and exhausted – by the number of probiotic and prebiotic feed options. Yeasts, yeast derivatives, yeast cultures and dead yeast products often are called probiotics and prebiotics.

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