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2000 Annual Report

I: Grassland Research / Extension

II. Beef Research / Extension


BT019 Count Those Cows - And Determine Your Hay Needs
BT018 Consider Production Potential When Buying Cows
BT017 Plan Cow Herd Replacement by Evaluating CHAPS Data
BT016 Beef Value Increase is Major Contributor to Local Economies
BT015 Give Special Care to Cows that will be Three Years Old. They Need It
BT014 Sound Sorting Makes Good Sense in Beef Management
BT013 Winners are the Profit Takers in Beef Business
BT012 Use Technology to Make Management Decisions
BT011 A Cow’s-Eye-View of Weaning
BT010 Weather Change Heightens Awareness of Weaning Time
BT009 Calves, Cowboys and Pickups - Transportation Costs Are Often a Hidden Charge
BT008 Producers Can’t Management What They Don’t Measure
BT007 Vaccinating Pays
BT006 Determining the True Value of Calved Can be Tough
BT005 Data Needs to be Collected to Aid Management Plans
BT004 Prepare Now for Future Calving Seasons
BT003 Fall and Pregnant Cows: Make Measurements Now
BT002 Pounds Weaned Per Cow Exposed: How Herds Differ
BT001 Pounds Weaned Per Cow Exposed: An Important Production Trait

III. Swine Research / Extension

V. Agronomy Research / Extension

VI. Horticulture Research / Extension

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