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Cattle buyer Ken Schaus insists that 30 square bales — never any less — be used to bed a trailer so calves have good footing and stay dry.

Attention to the details pays dividends when transporting cattle

It’s a long haul from Alberta to Ontario, but cattle arrive in good shape when things are done right

Producers don’t often think about what happens to their cattle after they leave the farm, and the cheque is in the bank. But with more public focus — and new rules — on how animals are transported, it’s worthwhile to have a better understanding of what happens (or doesn’t) after your cattle are loaded on […] Read more