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Cattle_Today: April 04, 2000 07:39:25 CST
RUMEN DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION IN BEEF CATTLE
Cattle are remarkable creatures. Have you ever stopped to consider what makes a cow work?
Cattle_Today: April 04, 2000 08:17:33 CST
A HEALTHY HERD – PREVENTING DISEASES IN THE COW HERD STARTS WITH AWARENESS
There are many infectious diseases in beef cattle that cause economic losses to the cow-calf producer through death loss, treatment costs or abortion. Many of these diseases can be prevented by proper management and vaccination.
Cattle_Today: April 24, 2000 07:29:50 CST
PRODUCERS MUST FIND WAYS TO CONTROL PESTS
In pastures or hayfields there are many weed, disease, insect, or nematode pests that may cause minor losses but are not worth the expense of trying to control them. However, in some cases, serious losses can result and an effort must be taken to reduce these pests.
Cattle_Today: April 24, 2000 07:42:29 CST
RUMEN DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION IN BEEF
CATTLE - PART 2
A bovine's uniqueness lies largely in the fact that she possesses a four-compartment stomach system identified largely by the presences of the first and largest compartment known as the rumen.
Cattle_Today: April 24, 2000 07:47:48 CST
SURVIVING IN THE BEEF INDUSTRY WITH BEEFMASTER
If the ultimate survival of the beef industry rests on efficiency, Ernie Ford will be a survivor.
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