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When pasture growth is limited, some type of stored feed must be provided

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Very few years will be classified as perfect ones for livestock producers.

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As weaning time approaches for many cow-calf producers, it may be useful to review your management practices to be certain you are prepared.

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In a perfect world, cattle growth promotants would improve and increase marbling, too.

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Seedstock purchases made this fall and next spring can affect the performance and profitability of a cow/calf operation for years. This is why Kent Andersen,Ph.D., associate director technical services, Pfizer Animal Genetics, recommends that producers look for animals that come with genomic information.

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When and if the Texas drought breaks, market indicators suggest that middle-aged replacement cows may be a better choice than younger cattle, according to a Texas AgriLife Extension Service economist.

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