Feedyard placement weight affects production returns

Feedyard placement weight affects production returns

Ryan Reuter

Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation

Stocker cattle production is a major component of the cattle business in Oklahoma and Texas. Stockers are weaned calves that are typically grazed on pasture to add 200 to 400 pounds of body weight and are then sold as a "feeder" to someone who puts the calf on feed in a feed yard.

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