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preventing pinkeye in cattle
Apr 1, 2010
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How To Prevent & Treat Pinkeye In Cattle

Pinkeye is a painful disease that can cause reductions in weaning weights of as much as 17-65 lbs./animal. Once pinkeye begins to spread through a herd, it's very difficult to contain and control. Here are tips on how to prevent it in your cowherd....More
industry, expertise, appreciation, understanding, beef, level, experience
Jul 17, 2014
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Expert Advice Doesn’t Eliminate Learning Things The Hard Way 5

I’ve come to believe that with expertise comes a lack of understanding or appreciation about exactly what it took to get to that level of expertise....More
weather, perceptions, beef, industry, rain, high prices
Jul 17, 2014
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Rain & High Prices Can Overcome A Lot Of Bad News

I think most of us pride ourselves on being fairly open-minded. However, if we’re honest with ourselves, most of us would agree that it’s also very difficult to separate our perceptions from our experiences....More
Jul 15, 2014
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5 Ways Rodeos Can Help Connect City & Country 6

Rodeos are a public arena to showcase rural America. Cowboys and cowgirls, make sure to put your best foot forward at these events, so our consumers continue to respect and appreciate farmers and ranchers. Here are five ways rodeos can help to connect city and country....More
lessons learned from showing cattle
Jul 15, 2014
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Showing Cattle Is More Than Ribbons And Banner 3

When it comes to showing livestock, an individual not only reaps physical reward at shows, but more important, gains underlying skills that will never be replaced....More
Choice beef cutout sets record high
Jul 16, 2014
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Meat Market Update | Choice Cutout Hits All-Time High

Restocking of grocery store shelves after the Fourth of July provides a big jump in sales volume and sets new all-time high for the Ch Cutout....More

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