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September 1999



DEVELOPING A SOUND FORAGE ANALYSES PROGRAM
Time and time again we have discussed the importance of testing stored forages and pastures to determine the nutrient content of the material to be consumed by the cow.


DEVELOPING A SOUND FORAGE ANALYSES A PROGRAM Part 2
Forage testing for any cattle operation is a very important management tool.


CULLING THE COMMERCIAL COW HERD
Before any decisions can be made about culling animals from the herd, the cow owner or manager must make two deci­sions: 1) which production traits are most desirable, and 2) what priority should be given to each trait.


ROCKY RIDGE RANCH... family values and Brangus cattle
For almost 30 years now Rocky Ridge Ranch has been home to four generations of Stites. John and Evelyn's three children (two boys and a girl) also chose to make their homes on the 800-acre farm, where they raised their children (John and Evelyne have 11 grandchildren, eight boys and three girls. They also have a brand new great-granddaugher). The elder Stites agree that raising their family on the farm has been one of the biggest blessings in their lives.


ANN'S BRANGUS COWS
Ann is one of those very fortunate people who inherited some land and cattle, enough of both to make an economic unit. But unlike many who can say the same, Ann had the temerity and the guts to settle in and become an excellent manager of what she inherited.


THE LOOMING PORCINE PESTILENCE
A feral sow will have up to eight pigs per litter and can deliver up to three litters per year. The hogs have no natural enemies, so the populations in many areas are growing at an alarming rate.


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