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Cattle_Today: February 09, 2000 08:24:57 CST
BQA HELPS PRODUCERS TAKE PRIDE IN DOING THINGS RIGHT
Today more than 2,000 Arkansas cattle producers have attended a Beef Quality Assurance workshop, and most of them now apply BQA management principles at their farms and ranches.
Cattle_Today: February 09, 2000 08:35:05 CST
ESTROUS SYNCHRONIZATION ADDS VALUE TO A.I.
The nice thing about estrous synchronization is that you get the advantages of AI while cutting down on detection and insemination time. Granted, it's pretty busy for a few days, but then you're done. That's it.
Cattle_Today: February 09, 2000 08:44:44 CST
CATTLE PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Given where we are in history I felt that it might be a good time to examine current trends and where we are very likely headed over the next few years.
Cattle_Today: February 23, 2000 06:56:39 CST
WHEN PUSH COMES TO SHOVE MANAGEMENT TIPS TO MINIMIZE INJURIES TO BULLS ALL SEASON LONG
Bulls are tough. They must be able to withstand the abuse they can give each other when fighting. Though they're durable, bulls do occasionally get injured, and it can be frustrating to have a good bull out of action when there's work to be done. You can't prevent all the accidents, but you can minimize the risk.
Cattle_Today: February 23, 2000 07:11:47 CST
BULL SELECTION IS FOUNDATION FOR PROFITABLE HERD
Sire selection is the major tool available to producers for changing the genetic potential of a herd.
Cattle_Today: February 23, 2000 07:19:09 CST
MEETING A YOUNG BULL'S NUTRITIONAL NEEDS IS A CHALLENGE
Considering the importance of the bull within your cow herd, the influence of a relatively small group of genetics on the total outcome of your calf production system, appropriate development of young bulls is essential and bears reiteration.
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