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Poor forage conditions may result in a mother not producing enough milk for her calf, creating the  need for a pellet or grain supplement.

Thin cows will cost you money

Dry conditions have dramatically reduced forage growth — and that increases the value of a feeding management program. “Getting the cow through summer in good body condition and maintaining calf growth rates is the first step,” said provincial beef and forage specialist Barry Yaremcio. “Nutritional requirements of a lactating cow are 25 per cent higher […] Read more