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A herd-wide health program for all classes of animals is essential for at least two reasons: first, only healthy animals can perform at their genetic potential; second, every producer is responsible for doing his or her part in generating a safe, wholesome, quality commodity for the eventual consumer.
Stress comes in many forms including weather (rain, snow and wind), weaning, processing and shipment. Though some stress may be necessary for the production and marketing of cattle, there are steps that can be taken to reduce the impact on the animal.
Beef cooperatives and alliances have the power to make the producer a knowledge-based price negotiator in the market.
These tips will help you be better prepared in the future if you elect to use A.I. in your cattle operation.
Oklahoma State University researchers have developed Oklahoma Green Gold - a new supplementation strategy for stockers on cool-season annual pasture.