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An unfortunate part of cattle production is the fact that from time to time death losses occur. The list of reasons is long and varied.

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Corn silage can be an economical feedstuff in finishing diets, especially when corn prices are high.

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Many publications on pregnant cow nutrition note the changing nutrient demands during pregnancy, calving and lactation.

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Fall is in the air, and if you have a spring-calving herd, you are either smack-dab in the middle of weaning calves, have dates set in the near future or already have bawling calves in the pens.

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Cattle exposed to pinkeye are at risk of lower calf growth rates, potential blindness and permanent damage if left untreated.

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Manure produced from any livestock operation has tremendous fertilizer value. Manure from a beef finishing operation contains all the essential nutrients commonly found in fertilizer: nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K), or NPK.

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