Month: November 2010

Paul is Ag-Thankful

Farmers are often focused on market prices and staying profitable.  Getting a good price for your product is the only way to stay afloat in the agriculture business.  Decisions are made concerning the best time to plant, the best time to wean, the best practices to stay viable.  We are farmers.  We are producers.  It […]

Nutritional Value: The Calculations

In a recent conversation on Twitter, an interesting topic arose questioning the value of feeding cattle on grass or grain. So instead of looking around on the internet Answers sites or taking second-hand info off someone’s website, I looked up the information myself, with a little help from Anna. Cattle nutrition is a complex subject […]

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