Weaning weights are pushing 50% of the dam’s weight these days. Fed cattle are exceeding four pounds per day average daily gain. With all this emphasis on production performance, what are the key factors that allow these animals to attain maximum genetic potential? In this Block Talk Podcast, Tim Clark, a nutritionist for CRYSTALYX, looks at the impact that effective trace mineral supplementation can have to support growth potential.
Being a successful producer never comes as an accident. It always happens thanks to a commitment to excellence, focused effort and planning. In this Block Talk Podcast, Dr. Dan Dhuyvetter, the Director of Research and Nutrition for CRYSTALYX, says it’s a matter of taking time to think things through. He challenges us to think beyond immediate results and figure out how decisions being made will affect things further down the line.
Consistency in cow nutrition during the entire pregnancy is essential. Producers often focus on heavy supplementation in preparation for breeding, but, supplementation often takes a backseat during the early months of pregnancy. In this Block Talk Podcast, Animal Nutritionist Jackie Nix talks about the important impact of fetal programming and how CRYSTALYX has the “Blueprint” for maternal nutritional success in the early stages of pregnancy.
The way cattle are fed and supplemented is constantly changing and improving, to meet the nutritional and environmental challenges that producers face. In this Block Talk Podcast, CRYSTALYX Nutritionist, Teri Walsh looks at the evolutionary journey of CRYSTALYX, how it has affected the past and present and what the future of supplementation looks like for the future.
Hear Mark Robbins, Nutritionist and Manager of Research and Nutrition Services with CRYSTALYX, explain why the only problems with CRYSTALYX Brigade is that it doesn't cost enough and is too easy to use.
Important decisions about calf marketing have cow/calf operators looking at the best way to maximize profit. In this CRYSTALYX Block Talk Podcast, Nutritionist Tim Clark focuses on opportunities for increased income by producing more pounds with fewer inputs.