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Code of cattle care

Follow these 9 tips from Beef Quality Assurance to give your cattle the care they need.
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Cattle nutrition

The nutritional and energy needs of cattle vary depending many factors, including age, climate, region, and biological type. A pregnant, lactating female will have relatively high energy requirements. But those requirements can vary depending on if the cow is a first-calf heifer, if she is in a cold climate or if she was selected for high milk production. You should visit with your veterinarian to develop a healthy feeding and care regimen for your cattle.

Date Published: April 13, 2012
Date Updated: May 4, 2012

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