Douglas wrote:Sounds like you do this on purpose vs. accident here. Do you find it is cost effective for your purpose of fattening culls?
Thanks for the repsonse.
Very much so, mature animals fatten in a very short space of time grazing on mature oats. You could use a variety of other small grains as well, its just that the oats seed stays better in the seed head than the other small grains and has hardly any risk of accidosis. Wheat especially is prone to causing accidosis, more so in sheep than cattle.
Every calf deserves a white face.