Feed Lot

MAR 2018

Feedlots and cow/calf operations in the beef industry who feed 500 or more has annually on grains and concentrates; maintain 500 or more beef cows; backgrounder, stocker/grower, preconditioner; veterinarian, nutritionist, consultant

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FEED•LOT  March 2018 3 Volume XXVI Number 2 March 2018 FEATURES FEEDLOT FOCUS Hold the Oil 6 Oil removal from distillers grains in an evolving ethanol industry Use Caution with Extra-Label Use 12 Extra-label use can result in decreased efficacy and withdrawal concerns COW CALF CORNER More Cows, Less Grass 14 Drylot system can boast multiple advantages Ranchers Offer Tips for Heifer Development 18 Hear what works for various operations MANAGEMENT/MARKETING Springtime Repairs 10 Winter adds stress to cattle facilities and equipment Strengthening Teamwork 16 Trust is key Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: Writing Off Costs 20 The opportunities for 2018 New Records for U.S. Beef Export Value 22 Japan is a leading market for U.S. beef Cattlefax Predicts Large Supply, Demand in 2018 24 Demand will help support markets Jill Dunkel Editor feedlot@st-tel.net Annita Lorimor General Manager feedlot@st-tel.net Amy Spillman Digital / Circulation Manager circulation@feedlotmagazine.com Robert A. Strong. Editor Emeritus Greg Strong Publisher bigguy@st-tel.net F or National Sales Contact: B ob Brunker, J.L. Farmakis, Inc., 48 Topfield Rd., Wilton, CT 06897 Email: bob @jlfarmakis.com / Sales Office: 203-834-8832 Cover photo by Amy Spillman

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