Cows that work, calves that grade
Many beef producers struggle with priorities when it comes to genetic
selection. One part of them knows the market rewards a focus on the end
product. After all, consumers are the ultimate customers.
Then their skeptical side kicks in: “Yeah, but the most important thing
is to get as many live, healthy calves as possible each year so the cows
can earn their keep.”
Those torn by this conflict of the mind can take heart in an updated
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