Identifying profitable characteristics of steer calves to be retained

Oct 15, 2010
A recent study done by the Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) investigates the predictive power of physical characteristics exhibited by steer calves, at and prior to weaning, on profits associated with weaned calf retention.

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