- Cost Control

Sometimes A Penny Spent is a Dollar Earned

Research during the past decade by Montana range scientist Derek Bailey has demonstrated that during the fall, cattle supplement placed at key spots on open ranges will help draw animals to graze high, rough terrain, improving overall pasture use.

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Production Efficiency is the Answer to Falling Cattle Prices

In light of recent drops in cattle prices, it is understandable that cattle producers are looking for ways to protect their investments. One such way is to reduce input costs. Considering that 80% of the cost of raising cattle comes from feed, one obvious way to do this is to optimize digestion efficiency. We can optimize digestion efficiency through two simple concepts- feed the rumen and protect the gut.

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