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Manage your feedstuffs by forage testing
Forage testing can give producers the tools they need to make significant decisions on cattle nutrition. It can provide a snapshot of a producer’s given forage resources at a given point in time, and allows for balancing the diet... Read Article
Chad Zehnder, Ph.D. - Cattle Nutritionist
Avoid the summer pasture slump
The sight of fresh, green pastures as the summer months approach can be a welcome sight for many cattle producers, especially after feeding costly forages throughout the winter. But just as quickly as that green grass comes, the pasture... Read Article
Greg Eckerle, Ph.D. - Beef Technical Consultant
Developing successful replacement heifers
When’s the most important time to focus on nutrition during development of replacement heifers? There isn’t just one time frame. Focus on nutrition throughout a heifer’s first two years of life, with special emphasis during three critical phases: the fetal to pre-weaning phase... Read Article
Chance Farmer, Ph.D. - Cattle Consultant