The economic value of value-added programs for beef calves

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K-State livestock economist Ted Schroeder summarizes two new K-State studies, which together provide a clearer idea of the economic value of value-added programs for beef calves, including various approaches to pre-conditioning calves before being sold at auction or heading into the feedyard.

 



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