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Water Restriction and Vaccination Impacts in Beef Calves
In the United States beef marketing process, calves are typically weaned from their dam and transported to a local auction market where they are purchased and transported to an order buying facility. They are subsequently ...
CATTLE GRAZING AND PROFITABILITY IN A DRYLAND WHEAT SORGHUM-FALLOW ROTATION WITH AN EL NINO - LA NINA DECISION VARIABLE
The gradual decline of the Ogallala Aquifer has partially led to an overall decrease in the number of irrigated acres within the Texas High Plains. With the decline of sub surface water resources, producers are looking ...
EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE CARCASS CHARACTERISTICS, AND RUMINAL BUFFERING OF FEEDLOT CATTLE CONSUMING DIETS CONTAINING CORN-GRAIN MILLING BYPRODUCTS
Feeds such as Sweet Bran™ (SB) and wet distillers grains with solubles (WDGS) contribute high concentrations of dietary energy and low starch while potentially providing buffering qualities that may improve rumen health ...
RESPIRATORY VACCINATION STRATEGIES TO ENHANCE MUCOSAL AND SYSTEMIC IMMUNE RESPONSES IN BEEF CALVES
Prevention of bovine respiratory disease (BRD) in the U. S. beef industry is typically approached using vaccination strategies upon arrival to the feedlot, since vaccination at the cow-calf sector has a low adoption rate. ...