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Summer bunk management tips

Amanda Nolz

Summer brings an interesting challenge for feedlot operators, and that challenge is heat. Hot and humid conditions can make cattle less enthusiastic and slow to come to the bunk, and Ben Holland, assistant professor and extension feedlot specialist at South Dakota State University (SDSU) offered four feedbunk management considerations for summer feeding.

Summer brings an interesting challenge for feedlot operators, and that challenge is heat. Hot and humid conditions can make cattle less enthusiastic and slow to come to the bunk, and Ben Holland, assistant professor and extension feedlot specialist at South Dakota State University (SDSU) offered four feedbunk management considerations for summer feeding.

Summer brings an interesting challenge for feedlot operators, and that challenge is heat. Hot and humid conditions can make cattle less enthusiastic and slow to come to the bunk, and Ben Holland, assistant professor and extension feedlot specialist at South Dakota State University (SDSU) offered four feedbunk management considerations for summer feeding.

Summer brings an interesting challenge for feedlot operators, and that challenge is heat. Hot and humid conditions can make cattle less enthusiastic and slow to come to the bunk, and Ben Holland, assistant professor and extension feedlot specialist at South Dakota State University (SDSU) offered four feedbunk management considerations for summer feeding.

Summer brings an interesting challenge for feedlot operators, and that challenge is heat. Hot and humid conditions can make cattle less enthusiastic and slow to come to the bunk, and Ben Holland, assistant professor and extension feedlot specialist at South Dakota State University (SDSU) offered four feedbunk management considerations for summer feeding.

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