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During the late fall transitional time, forage quality and availability changes, making it necessary to provide additional supplementation to your cows to keep them in the ideal body condition...
A 14% All-Natural Protein Feed Supplement for Growing Cattle and Calves on Forages and Grasses Purina® All-Natural Protein Stocker Grower Helps Maximize Forage Utilization by Cattle and Calves...
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Purina Cattle Cube A 20% all-natural protein cattle cube for cows on fair- to poor-quality forages and grasses. Purina Cattle Mineral A 12% phosphorus and 4% magnesium...
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A 20% All-Natural Protein Cattle Cube for Cows on Fair- to Poor-Quality Forages and Grasses Purina® Hi-Energy All-Natural Protein Cattle Cube Helps You Extend Your...
A 12% Phosphorus and 4% Magnesium Mineral for Cattle on Pasture Purina® 12% Phosphorus Cattle Mineral Provides Your Cattle Balanced Mineral Nutrition Year-Round That They Need for Health and...
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Residue consists of stalk, leaf, cob, and husk
An acre per cow After the corn crop is harvested, one acre of residue can supply enough forage to sustain a 1,000-pound cow for up to 2 months. Livestock producers do not take advantage of this...
Are your forages providing all your cows need for optimal performance? As you know, the winter cold and spring calving takes a toll on your cows. And seldom do forages alone provide all the...
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Q: How many acres do you need for a cow and calf? A: The acreage required for a cow-calf pair will depend on several things: mainly soil fertility, pasture quality and how much rain you get in...