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    Deworming Guidelines

    Your cattle's health is important. The key to keeping them healthy is to deworm them regularly and at the right time of the year.

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    Preventing Winter Lice In Cattle

    Summer would seem to be the logical time when cattle are bugged by insects and other pests, but winter offers its own irritating infestation—lice. 

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    Winter Cattle Care

    Cattle grow long winter hair and can handle very cold weather, but some situations still can put them at risk for hypothermia.

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    Cattle Feeding and Nutrition

    Livestock feeds provide animals with the protein, carbohydrates, fiber, vitamins and minerals they need.

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    Cattle & Minerals

    Providing your beef or dairy cattle with proper nutrition requires adding minerals that are underproduced or missing in their feed or pasture forage. 

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    Cattle Forage

    When it comes to supplemental feeding of your livestock, you can’t go wrong with a quality forage report from your local farm extension. 

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    Cattle Condition Score

    Managing the health of your herd is an essential part of good cattle husbandry. 

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