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Cattle_Today: January 06, 2000 13:01:27 CST
PRECONDITIONING AND BACKGROUNDING REVISITED - A PRACTICAL APPROACH
Back to the PC process. What I'm attempting to emphasize here is that before you stick the first needle into a calf or give them the first pound of feed, you need to have a marketing plan.
Cattle_Today: January 06, 2000 13:59:28 CST
ELECTRONIC NOSE MAY SNIFF OUT FOOD SAFETY DANGERS
An electronic nose may sniff out harmful bacteria on farms and in food products if research at Michigan State University is
Cattle_Today: January 06, 2000 14:22:59 CST
HERD HEALTH IMPORTANT TO SUCCESSFUL BREEDING PROGRAM
Common sense tells you that herd health has a lot to do with the success or failure of a beef cattle breeding program. A
preventative program can be set up with the help of your veterinarian.
Cattle_Today: January 19, 2000 11:22:11 CST
TESTING A VALUABLE TOOL IN BULL SELECTION
Like so many other management tools, bull performance testing has a cost to the producer. The information though is invaluable and vital to the development of a sound marketing program.
Cattle_Today: January 19, 2000 11:36:56 CST
HEAT DETECTION DEMANDS TIME AND ATTENTION FOR SUCCESSFUL A.I. PROGRAM
Heat (estrus) is simply the period of time when a cow or heifer is sexually receptive and signals that an egg, ready to be fertilized, is about to be released. It normally occurs every 18 to 24 days. In a natural breeding program, the bull is the one that determines when a cow is in heat. In an AI program, you make the decisions.
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