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As the winter and spring bull-buying season approaches, seedstock purchasers should do their homework to help ensure the bulls they purchase this year meet their needs.

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One of the most common questions we get during this time of year is whether or not to temporarily increase feed levels for the cowherd, and if so, by how much.

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“Rain or shine, wet or dry, do you want to make more money from your cows next year?” asks a Texas AgriLife Research forage scientist.

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Effective trace mineral supplementation of ruminants during critical periods can increase the efficiency of production. Poor immuno-competence, poor reproduction efficiency, lack of calf vitality (ill thrift) and other poor to sub-optimal trace element-dependent functions in ruminants frequently occur.

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The 2011 drought took a severe toll on much of the pastures in Texas, Oklahoma and neighboring states.

When hay prices get as high as they were in the spring and summer, you may consider what type of hay feeder to use and how you can save money.

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The calendar will dictate the work schedule on most ranches. For most, calving season is highlighted in many different ways, but long nights and sometimes less-than-ideal weather come with getting those newborns up and around.

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