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Nighttime feeding may inhibit nighttime calving
“On most ranching operations, supervision of firstcalf heifers and more mature cows will be best accomplished in daylight hours while the poorest observation typically will take place in the middle of the night,” said Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University (OSU) Cooperative Extension emeritus cattle specialist.
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