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Grazing stocks and crop residues

After the harvest comes the bounty. I’m not sure who said that line or if I just made it up, but I like this statement. Many of you have completed the arduous tasks of preparing, planting, spraying, and fertilizing summer crops. Corn, milo, soybeans, and sunflowers have been or are very near harvesting. To livestock producers now is the time to reap the bounty.
One of the great assets a bovine possesses is a four chambered stomach. The rumen, reticulum, omasum, and abomasum are individual chambers in the ruminant stomach and all have key roles that make cattle some ...


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