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Grand Champion Steer 2014 Fulton County Fair | Illinois

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Shown By Presley Barr Raised By Shike Cattle Sires By Bodacious

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Grand & Reserve Champion steers at the Monroe County Fair. From Joshua Kastel

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Congrats to Danyelle Himburg and Tanner Himburg with Grand & Reserve Champion steers at the Monroe County Fair. Both sired by Unstoppable

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New report shows fewest cattle in US since 1973

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The U.S. cattle herd on July 1 was the smallest it’s been since the federal government began issuing data in 1973, according to a new report released July 25. There were 95 million cattle and cows... More

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Grand Champion Overall Female at the Washtenaw County Fair. From Joshua Kastel

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Congrats Hayley Garbo with Grand Champion Overall Female at the Washtenaw County Fair. Sired by Monopoly Money. Sold in Kastel & Friends Sale

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On Wednesday, Oct. 29, we’re gonna be lettin’ the night roll!

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Foot Rot can be More Problematic in Wet Years

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JULY 29, 2014 By: University News Release Foundations are important. Feet are the foundation of cattle and this may be a year when producers see increased incidence foot rot in the herd. By: Kevin Gould, Michigan State... More

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Market Highlights: No Price Ceiling Yet

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JULY 29, 2014 By: University News Release Beef prices have yet to find a price ceiling this year as new records continued to be broken. By: Andrew P. Griffith, University of Tennessee FED CATTLE: Fed cattle traded $10... More

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Heat Stress and the Diet

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JULY 29, 2014 By: University News Release What should you do to reduce heat stress in your cows through nutrition? By: Alvaro Garcia, SDSU Extension Heat is produced as a result of microbial fermentation in the rumen.... More

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High cattle prices, availability of replacement cows persist

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Blair Fannin, Texas A&M  |  Updated: 07/28/2014   Texas cattle producers looking to restock herds may choose to examine all options as financial dynamics have changed due to historic high cattle prices, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension... More

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