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Founder more prominent this winter

Jan 14, 2005
Ruminant nutritionists around the country are urging cow/calf producers to use extra caution this winter when feeding or supplementing corn in their cattle rations. Several sources indicated that warmer-than-normal temperatures and cheap grain prices could combine to create a problem with more cattle foundering than normal. “There is no doubt that corn is a cheap feed resource right now, and it can hold a place in cow nutrition and management throughout the winte...

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