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July 2000


Cattle_Today: July 07, 2000 09:46:41 CST
CREEP FEEDING TAKING ANOTHER LOOK
Creep feeding, like so many management practices, has been around for a long time. Interestingly, of the many ways we strive to improve performance of our herds, creep feeding (CF) tends to be one of the more poorly understood.

Cattle_Today: July 07, 2000 09:52:51 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT - SLOW BURN
Even though Johne's disease has been around since dirt was a baby, most beef producers have never heard of it. In fact, according to a study conducted by the National Animal Health Monitoring Service (NAHMS), 92.2 percent of beef producers are either unfamiliar with the disease or only recognize the name of it.

Cattle_Today: July 19, 2000 07:16:42 CST
FINE-TUNED NUTRITIONAL PROGRAM ENHANCES REPRODUCTION
While reproductive performance is vital to all breeding operations, purebred breeders commonly use not only natural servicing but also artificial insemination and embryo transfer pro-grams to maximize their ability to produce the desired genetics in the most cost effective or productive form. Programs such as these tend to be pretty intense and potentially stressful to the animal. Therefore it is important that an appropriate diet be utilized that compensates for this intensity of management and overall production stress.

Cattle_Today: July 19, 2000 07:24:04 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT - HIGH STEAKS SELECTION
Give us humans a red rubber ball and inside of 30 minutes, we'll figure out a way to use it for things it was never intended, while overlooking 101 uses it was in fact designed for. Just like the tools available for genetic carcass selection today.

Cattle_Today: July 19, 2000 07:35:53 CST
UNDERSTANDING BEHAVIOR CAN MAKE MOVING CATTLE EASIER
When moving cattle, it helps to know how they will react to various things. Understanding cattle behavior can help you get the job done with fewer cowboys and less trauma for cattle. If you are patient, understanding and consistent, you can move cattle with little stress and minimal effort.


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