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Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic: Alternatives to high corn prices

Gayle Smith

Photo by Gayle SmithJeff Heldt speaking before the audience at the Nebraska Cattlemen's Classic.

Although producers are enjoying record cattle prices, the climbing price of corn remains a concern for the cattle feeding industry. Three speakers recently addressed those concerns during at the Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic Cattle Feeders and Veterinarian’s Day.

With corn prices continuing to climb, the cattle industry continues to do what it can to keep cattle feeders in business. Whether it is through the development of new feed additives that promise better feed efficiency in feeder cattle, non-corn feed sources, or continuing to improve the grass a rancher has available to increase weaning weights, new, promising research is being conducted and analyzed every day.

Although producers are enjoying record cattle prices, the climbing price of corn remains a concern for the cattle feeding industry. Three speakers recently addressed those concerns during at the Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic Cattle Feeders and Veterinarian’s Day.

With corn prices continuing to climb, the cattle industry continues to do what it can to keep cattle feeders in business. Whether it is through the development of new feed additives that promise better feed efficiency in feeder cattle, non-corn feed sources, or continuing to improve the grass a rancher has available to increase weaning weights, new, promising research is being conducted and analyzed every day.

Although producers are enjoying record cattle prices, the climbing price of corn remains a concern for the cattle feeding industry. Three speakers recently addressed those concerns during at the Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic Cattle Feeders and Veterinarian’s Day.

With corn prices continuing to climb, the cattle industry continues to do what it can to keep cattle feeders in business. Whether it is through the development of new feed additives that promise better feed efficiency in feeder cattle, non-corn feed sources, or continuing to improve the grass a rancher has available to increase weaning weights, new, promising research is being conducted and analyzed every day.

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Although producers are enjoying record cattle prices, the climbing price of corn remains a concern for the cattle feeding industry. Three speakers recently addressed those concerns during at the Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic Cattle Feeders and Veterinarian’s Day.

With corn prices continuing to climb, the cattle industry continues to do what it can to keep cattle feeders in business. Whether it is through the development of new feed additives that promise better feed efficiency in feeder cattle, non-corn feed sources, or continuing to improve the grass a rancher has available to increase weaning weights, new, promising research is being conducted and analyzed every day.

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