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Source: TenCorp news release Two proven livestock barn builders, TenCorp Inc. and Heartland Builders Co., are forming a strategic partnership to expand availability of high-quality, innovative deep-pit cattle barns across Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska and South Dakota. This alliance...
Source: Alberta Cattle Feeders' Association Feeding cattle the best diet for growth is a complicated business. Now, new technology is making it not only easier to do but also more efficient.  Micro-machine technology enables cattle feeders to accurately measure individual additives...
Source: Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives Rations for finishing beef cattle are high energy rations designed to put gain on as rapidly and efficiently as possible. Beef cattle on finishing or full feed rations are typically allowed to eat...
Source: Government of Saskatchewan When choosing feed for livestock, consider its nutritive value, bulkiness or lack of bulk, presence of other substances and health problems related to its use. Hay Dehydrated alfalfa pellets and cubes Dehydrated alfalfa pellets consist of finely ground artificially...
Source: Government of Saskatchewan Feeding beef cattle during Saskatchewan winters can be a challenging experience. Frame size, body condition, feed quality, types of feed and fluctuations in air temperatures all impact on feed consumption and rates of gain. Over-feeding is costly...
Source: Michigan State University Extension, Jerad Jaborek Implant labels have been updated to provide clarification on reimplantation use within a production phase. As of July 1, 2023, label claims on cattle steroid implant products were updated by their respective manufacturing companies...
Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, http://www.agric.gov.ab.ca/ In the past, livestock were turned out to summer pasture and allowed to walk through and drink from any slough, creek, river, or lake available to them. In the winter, livestock either ate snow, or...
Source: Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Least cost-formulation of rations is dependent on commodity pricing and availability, which means that ingredients will move in and out of rations or inclusion rates will change depending on the price,...
Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, http://www.agric.gov.ab.ca/ Grass tetany refers to animals that exhibit tetany-like symptoms frequently associated with cattle being turned out on lush pasture. Grass tetany is a disease caused by low levels of magnesium in blood of cattle. It...
Source: Source: University of Minnesota Extension Quick facts Implants are only one factor affecting quality grade. You can’t change the genetics of cattle coming into the feedlot, but you can affect its environment in the feedyard. Focus on feedlot performance for...
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