Keeping Bulls Fertile During Summer’s Heat

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When we think about reproduction in the herd, our first thoughts immediately shift to the cows. Are they at the proper body condition to breed? When do we need to synchronize and breed them to hit our target calving window? However, the bulls contribute their genetics to each calf, and work harder than the cows […]

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Repeat Customers Revolve Around Good Genetics, Reputation and Quality Nutrition

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Jeff Simmons recalls riding horses on his grandfathers’ ranches when he was just a small child. Now, decades later, he owns and operates his own cow-calf operation, J&S Cattle near Bastrop, La., and takes great pride in the cattle he produces and the relationships he’s built with his customers. “In the cattle business, the most […]

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Keep Her Bred Through the Heat of Summer

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Cattle producers go to great lengths to do whatever it takes to get their cows bred. But what about after they are bred? Keeping a cow bred, especially during the summer months, can be equally as challenging. Typically, if a fertile bull breeds cows at the correct time, fertilization rates should nearly reach 100%. However, […]

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Managing Heat Stress

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  by Kevin Glaubius, BioZyme® Director of Nutrition and Technical Sales Support Heat stress impacts the performance of cattle with millions of dollars of annual economic losses. Animal responses to heat stress include reduced dry matter intake, decreased average daily gain, decreased milk yield, and decreased fertility and poor reproduction. As Figure 1 reflects, the […]

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Tips to Reduce and Handle Heat in Your Stock

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Warmer temperatures are quickly approaching, and that means producers should start considering how to help their animals handle the heat. Heat stress is almost inevitable, but some management practices can be implemented to help animals better cope with rising temperatures. All mammals regulate their internal body temperature involuntarily. Heat stress occurs when the animal’s ability […]

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VitaFerm HEAT Now Available in 3 Formulas

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Heat stress impacts the performance of cattle with millions of dollars of annual economic losses. Animal responses to heat stress include reduced dry matter intake, decreased average daily gain, decreased milk yield, and decreased fertility and poor reproduction. Many producers also don’t realize that heat stress can begin a temperatures as low as 70 degrees. […]

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Vitaferm Heat

Product Feature: VitaFerm Heat

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Summer means heat stress, and a loss of performance in your cow herd. Cattle responses to heat stress include reduced dry matter intake, decreased average daily gain, decreased milk yield, and decreased fertility and poor reproduction. To you this loss of performance means a loss in profitability. BioZyme is excited about our newest mineral, VitaFerm HEAT, specifically […]

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