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Bulls are wintered and developed on forage, alone.
The physically taller group is the greatest source of opens and lates, and winter harder. Two cattle have had a defect in 10 years.
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Grass management is interesting: We follow Jim Gerrish's model, that is, here, we have 30 pastures, eat the top half, leave the bottom half. We have had one cow permit nursing a prior calf while nursing the new calf, and she is now harvested.
Gavin Fallon, 90 years old, has one of liveetock best breeding programs in the world, and we spent 4 days with he and his lovely wife, in New Zealand. Most steers are sold as all natural, and bring 5 cents above the top of the market, because there are no meds. Bulls, cost money, they consume forage, and require separation during the non breeding season.
Below I, it is possible to not feed at all. Strip grazing is the ultimate test of genetics.
This model minimizes equipment, labor, and inputs costsand maximizes protein production per acre income. A bull will potentially influence hundreds, over a life time.
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Bulls can make money, and not cost money. It can be bought on line.
Here, it is Pinebank, Pharo and Wye, breeding. This makes the cattle attractive in the Grass Finished market place, at a premium price, and they finish in the commodity market fod fewer days, with less feed.
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In the past 3 years, two animals ran past the sorter, into a liveshock gate and broke their neck. Turn over the bull at years old while he has value, for sale, or exchange with a friend with similar thinking and genetics. When someone says they do not have an outlet for grass finished beef.
No worming, soil biology matters. The commercial herd supplies our grass finished beef customers, no tagging, no weighing, little labor, i.
A benefit of buying hay, is the ranch is importing those nutrients onto the ranch. Management increases stocking rates with strict culling; every late, open, calving problem, physical problem, harder fleshing, hard wintering, and disposition problem, is culled every year.
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Depending on your choice of cuts and your choice of bone-in or bone-out steaks and roast, the take home weight may vary by as much as 79 lbs on a whole animal. If we measured the value of the 6 calves against working plus cows for 10 years, financially, I will take the dead calves. Below are some ideas: Feed the minimum possible in winter. It is possible to buy one good bull, and thru swapping and leasing, not buy another bull for 10 years. We need a year round supply of ready beef in our butcher shop.
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Cattle should be able to perform and produce with a small worm load. Costs are limited. And, there are machinery costs in this checking cattle, bearings, axles, drive shafts, fuel, etc. This past year we sold a large group of bulls.
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A few customers were disappointed early on, however, they are comparing forage developed bulls with grain developed. Typical transactions are roughly double the hoio market. A benefit of leasing is eliminating the need for separation outside of the breeding season, and no forage resources are used outside of the breeding season.
We want to see bulls winter, be absent of injuries, etc Profit is a requirement. Additionally, the calving season spread out a bit is good for the grass fed supply chain.
Winter is a tool to assess genetic performance. Our death loss is lower than when we were vaccinating, along with costs. How might these costs be mitigated?