Feed Lot

APR-MAY 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 April/May 2018 3 SILENCER ADDS SAFETY 130-Point Noise Reduction System New Carrier Now Available Hydraulic Squeeze Chute ' Full Working Facility! 179 Direct Tax Write-Off Built to Order! /molymfg (785) 472-3388 WWW.MOLYMFG.COM . . Volume XXVI Number 3 April/May 2018 FEATURES Jill Dunkel Editor feedlot@st-tel.net Annita Lorimor General Manager feedlot@st-tel.net Amy Spillman Digital/Circulation Manager circulation@feedlotmagazine.com Greg Strong Publisher bigguy@st-tel.net Robert A. Strong Editor Emeritus For National Sales Contact: Bob Brunker, J.L. Farmakis, Inc., 48 Topfield Rd., Wilton, CT 06897 Email: bob@jlfarmakis.com / Sales Office: 203-834-8832 FEEDLOT FOCUS Enogen corn and cattle production 6 How does Enogen corn fit in a ration? Studies expand knowledge on heat stress 12 Focus on shade and nutritional supplement research COW CALF CORNER Not your momma's cows 10 Genetics have changed. Did you change with it? Give calves the advantage at sale time 16 Implant program can help MANAGEMENT/MARKETING Growth and change in the Mexican cattle and beef industry 8 A look at imports and exports Feed efficiency data plans role in research 14 Data looks at replacement females Portable water systems make rotational grazing easier 18 Better utilize pasture with portable water Increasing your training retention 20 Forward-thinking adult learning Cover photo by Amy Spillman

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