May 2, 2005
This is the time of year when carcass data starts to come in on last year's calf crop. The data also provides reflection material on the current bull battery. In the past, the conventional wisdom was that growth was the most important trait. Cow/calf producers, however, know many traits affect the bottom line. Data has shown growth alone, with no monitoring of the end package, simply produces an unpalatable product. In addition, ...

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