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Poor temperament can equal poor performance

Sep 14, 2012
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Temperamental cattle can be a hazard to themselves and to the people handling them, as well as to other cattle. Compared to calm cattle, cattle exhibiting a heightened temperament are noted to spend more time inspecting their surroundings or responding to environmental “fears” instead of consuming forage or supplements.

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