Volume VIII Number 1 January/February 2000


Editor's Desk


Research Discovers that Cattle Overwhelmingly Prefer Forages Harvested in the Afternoon vs. Morning


The Antibiotics Issue - Part I


Texas Cattle Feeders Association Names Officers and Board, Presents Beef Merchandising Award


The U.S. Beef Trade, where we've been and what lies ahead


Cattle Feeders Discuss Captive Supply


Factors Affecting the Performance of Feedlot Cattle


Cattle Trading Available On-Line with CattleSale.com


Feeding in the Future


Good Forage, Health Program Keys to Stocker Cattle Success


Managing Grazing Lands for Water Quality


Developing Herd Immunity Increases Profitability


Iowa Research Cuts Feed Costs Through Year-Round Grazing


Korea Issues New Guidelines


To Easily Maneuver Cattle, Put Yourself in Their Hooves


Market Notes


With Milo Processing Consider Energy Conservation


NCBA Applauds Bill Passage


NCBA Research Shows Some Improvement in Beef Demand After Twenty Year Slide


Pasture Ponds Provide Weekend Hide-A-Way, Serve Dual Purpose


Veterinarian Offers Tips to Protect Your Cattle from Pasteurella Pneumonia


Cattle for Ranch to Rail Program Improving in Quality


Price Reporting Law a Reality


Understanding Shrinkage Can Improve the Bottom Line


Adding Sulphur to Forage Crops Can Improve Animal Response with Added Gain


Predicting Tenderness in Beefsteaks


USPB Pays $10M in Dividends


A Simple Way to Reduce Weaning Stress


Control Winter Lice Infestations in Cattle and Take Advantage of Lice Free Guarantees


Winter Stress and Feedlot Cattle: What to Expect, to Do






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