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I’m putting out High-Mag mineral, but cows are still going down?

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  What is grass tetany and why is magnesium important? Grass tetany, also known as grass staggers, magnesium (Mg) tetany, hypomagnesemia, and wheat pasture poisoning, is a nutritional disorder caused by either 1) an inadequate amount of dietary Mg, or, 2) other mineral related factor that is preventing (antagonizing) dietary Mg from being properly absorbed […]

Southeast Cattle Advisor at the 2015 Sunbelt Ag Expo

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The 2015 Sunbelt Ag Expo will be held in Moultrie, GA on Tuesday, October 20 through Thursday, October 22, 2015. Members of the Southeast Cattle Advisor group will be speaking on timely management topics at the Beef Barn throughout the event. Seminars are free to attend. Visit with speakers, Extension agents, and ag researchers to […]

Using Your Holidays to Make Money: Converting to a Controlled Breeding Season

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Converting to a controlled breeding season can be overwhelming. It’s a process that can take years and involves keeping up with dates and records and culling what you may think are your better cows. However, the long term benefits are well worth the work. For any task this large, it’s best to develop a plan […]