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Weaning tips from a veterinarian

Amanda Nolz
Photo by Amanda NolzWith veterinarian Mike Patrick's simple four-step checklist to follow, weaning time should be a breeze for cattle producers.

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As summer fades into the orange glow of fall, cattle producers across the country are moving their cattle home for weaning. While each producer follows his own program, the end goal is all the same: maintain calf health post-weaning. Mike Patrick, DVM, offers a glimpse at the big mistakes producers make at weaning time related to animal health, and he provides a four-step checklist to follow to get the calves off to a great start in the feed yards.

As summer fades into the orange glow of fall, cattle producers across the country are moving their cattle home for weaning. While each producer follows his own program, the end goal is all the same: maintain calf health post-weaning. Mike Patrick, DVM, offers a glimpse at the big mistakes producers make at weaning time related to animal health, and he provides a four-step checklist to follow to get the calves off to a great start in the feed yards.

As summer fades into the orange glow of fall, cattle producers across the country are moving their cattle home for weaning. While each producer follows his own program, the end goal is all the same: maintain calf health post-weaning. Mike Patrick, DVM, offers a glimpse at the big mistakes producers make at weaning time related to animal health, and he provides a four-step checklist to follow to get the calves off to a great start in the feed yards.

As summer fades into the orange glow of fall, cattle producers across the country are moving their cattle home for weaning. While each producer follows his own program, the end goal is all the same: maintain calf health post-weaning. Mike Patrick, DVM, offers a glimpse at the big mistakes producers make at weaning time related to animal health, and he provides a four-step checklist to follow to get the calves off to a great start in the feed yards.

As summer fades into the orange glow of fall, cattle producers across the country are moving their cattle home for weaning. While each producer follows his own program, the end goal is all the same: maintain calf health post-weaning. Mike Patrick, DVM, offers a glimpse at the big mistakes producers make at weaning time related to animal health, and he provides a four-step checklist to follow to get the calves off to a great start in the feed yards.

As summer fades into the orange glow of fall, cattle producers across the country are moving their cattle home for weaning. While each producer follows his own program, the end goal is all the same: maintain calf health post-weaning. Mike Patrick, DVM, offers a glimpse at the big mistakes producers make at weaning time related to animal health, and he provides a four-step checklist to follow to get the calves off to a great start in the feed yards.


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