Cows with an abundance of milk can certainly support growing calves, but they cost more to feed and have lower rates of fertility, researchers say.
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With calving season underway, here is the skinny on the importance of colostrum for newborn calves.
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Orphaned calves happen. So do cows that lose a calf. Here are some ways to turn that into a happy outcome.
Despite the greatest total cost, June calving provided the lowest unit cost of production and greatest net profit per calf, thanks to greater weaning and carcass weights.
Whether or not we get the January Cattle inventory report remains to be seen. But profitability is still in the picture. That and more awaits you in this Week’s Trending Headlines.