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Birds hunker down before a storm arrives, and impending cold fronts make horses, cattle and some domestic pets restless.

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Some heifers are poor mothers. They seem confused or indifferent toward their newborn calf or even attack the calf if it tries to get up.

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The USDA price forecast for corn for 2021-22 continues to remain higher than we have experienced in the previous few years, thanks in part to a significant demand from China in addition to tight domestic demand.

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With a new year ahead, many producers will take time to reflect on what worked for them last year and what needs to change in 2022. The new year serves as a natural ending of one chapter and the beginning of a new chapter.

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A few years ago, on Christmas Day, I had been out in the woodshop early in the morning finishing up some last-minute gifts. For those of you thinking I’m a procrastinator, I’m not.

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While labels on most injectables say they require refrigeration, our cold-weather winters are just a little too cold. But since beef production is 24-7, 365 days a year at all temperatures, we need to figure out how to keep our injectables at the proper temperature.

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