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Keep low-stress handling in mind with new equipment: Dr. Grandin

Apr 18, 2014
When it comes to handling cattle, any sort of distractions—anything from a coat hanging on a post to something new—has the potential to cause stress to the animals. This stress is multiplied when it comes to handling cattle through a chute or pens.

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