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Cattle Care

How to Choose the Best Breed of Cattle

You're ready to put a few bulls and cows on your farm. Now, how do you decide what breed of cattle to choose?

The choices are practically endless when you consider the dozens of beef breeds and composite breeds, or mixed breeds that combine the best characteristics of other established cattle breeds.

Your choice of cattle breed also depends on your interests, the type of farm environment, resources, and your ability to care for them.

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Bulls, Cows and How to Breed Cattle

Best herd managment practices include the annual calving of cows. This means cattle owners should try to encourage cows to produce one baby calf per year. To have successful calving on your livestock farm, learn the basics of cattle breeding and herd management.

Breeding Season

Plan and implement an estrus synchronization and artificial insemination program, or release bulls into the pasture with females.

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Feeding Calves

Calves, or baby cows, have special nutritional needs. If these needs are not met, the calf can run into serious health issues either as a calf or later in life as an adult cow or bull. Make sure you are following a strict feeding schedule, especially when raising a newborn calf.

Milk Replacers

A milk replacer is the primary source of food for the first few weeks of a calf's life. Young calves cannot yet digest grains or hay as an adult cow can, so find an agglomerated milk replacer whenever possible.

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Cattle Management is the Key to Your Herd's Health

The health of each animal on your farm is important, but livestock health is often discussed in terms of the whole herd. That's because whether you have two cattle or 200, what distresses one easily can affect the others.

Transmissible diseases, environmental conditions, and weather may affect every animal.

Your cattle management is the key to your herd's health — how you move them, whether you quarantine sick animals, grazing methods, parasite control, and much more.

Well-planned herd management, which includes minimizing stress and crowding, careful care of calves, and implementing a good vaccination program, can help prevent most illnesses.

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