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  • Aug 28, 2012
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    Shrinking Cattle Numbers Could Lead To Permanent Downsizing 1

    “I think the drought may be exaggerating that a bit currently, but I think the overall incentive to put weight on cattle outside of the feedlot will continue to be there going forward,” Peel says. “It means a lot of opportunity for people who control forage.”...More
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    Aug 16, 2012
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    Watch Out For Toxic Algae Blooms In Stock Ponds 4

    Your veterinarian can help you find more resources on this potential threat to your herd, including getting in touch with a toxicologist to aid in evaluating blooms....More
  • Aug 28, 2012
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    Your Herd’s Economic Base Will Determine Your Drought Strategy

    Each ranch operator must figure his herd’s economic base when launching a drought management plan. And in many parts of the country, a drought management plan is a necessity today....More
  • Aug 28, 2012
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    Is Your Ranch Ready For New Ideas? 1

    Over time, many ranch managers get bogged down into thinking that they’re doing the right things exactly as they ought to be done. When such a paradigm lockdown happens, we’re not as likely to react to changes in the markets, world economy, climate, technological developments etc., and not much progress is made. The great managers actively seek new ideas and better ways to do things....More
  • Aug 28, 2012
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    Majority Of Beef’s Lost Dollars Due To Quality Grade Deficiencies

    Beef packers have spent years finding ways to add value to a carcass. Given the volume of cattle they handle, an extra 1¢/lb. can add up to millions of new dollars captured. Producers have also focused on adding value to calves and fed cattle. Yet there’s still more to be captured, according to the 2011 National Beef Quality Audit....More

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