Put a plan in place for winter feeding of your herd
decreases, the energy needs of the cow herd will increase. If these extra energy needs aren’t accounted for in the diet, cows will begin to lose weight and the herd could be susceptible to problems that spread beyond the winter season and producers could see complications through spring calving and summer breeding.
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