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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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Some cattle at high elevations suffer pulmonary artery hypertension (brisket disease), which leads to congestive heart failure. Cattle at low elevations are also susceptible to bovine congestive heart failure (BCHF).

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Imagine for a moment, you are on a youth beef quiz bowl team with questions focused on testing your knowledge of cattle health.

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For most cow-calf producers, fall typically means weaning the calf crop. Yet for many producers, it also means fall calving. According to the USDA-NASS Cattle Inventory report, approximately 27% of calves were born during the second half of 2019.

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For years, cattle producers have debated critical questions when it comes to deciding the type and size of cattle they will buy to go to grass or into the feedyard.

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The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) Producer Education Cattlemen’s Webinar Series released an installment discussing health issues in mid- to late-fed cattle.

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