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5 results found for: "Yaremcio, Barry"

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February 1, 2018

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Vitamins A and E are important nutritional factors in livestock production. Producers need to be aware that changes in the availability of these essential vitamins can have an effect on their operation.


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December 1, 2013

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The greatest environmental risk from wintering sites is the potential for water contamination from runoff carrying nutrients, pathogens and sediments. Also, excessive nitrogen levels in the soil at the site increase the risk of nutrients leaching into groundwater sources. Elevated soil nutrient...


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November 1, 2009

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The nutritional quality of feeds and forage can have a tremendous influence on the reproductive performance of cattle. This document describes the effect of deficiencies and imbalances of both macro and micro nutrients on reproductive performance.


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October 1, 2007

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Producers are always encouraged to have their beef cow feed programs set well in advance of the winter. This is even more important when planning through a challenging time, one that may require extra feed for extra animals due to volatile or weak markets. In times of high feed prices, planning...


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July 1, 1991

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While nitrates (N03) are not very toxic to animals, nitrites (N02) are toxic. In ruminant animals such as cattle, sheep, and goats, nitrate is converted to nitrite by bacteria in the rumen. When ruminants consume a high nitrate feed, both nitrate and nitrite can accumulate in the rumen, and...