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    Lessons from the Farm

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    Give Your Cattle the Best Nutrition Possible

    We offer a variety of cattle feeds and minerals that contain the highest-quality ingredients. So you can find what’s best for your cattle.

     
    Accuration® Feeds with Intake Modifying Technology®
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    Information from Our Cattle Experts

    Animal experts at the Purina Animal Nutrition Center share their knowledge about cattle

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    Why should producers in arid regions or regions with prolonged droughts favor smaller to moderately sized cows with moderate milk production potential?
    A
    It is much easier to maintain smaller cows in regions with limited feed resources. Also, smaller, easier-fleshing cows will breed back more quickly in arid regions. However, if a severe winter or other stressful conditions arise, producers should step up body condition monitoring and provide needed supplemental nutrition and vitamins before cattle become too thin to avoid negative reproduction performance and disease.