Newly received stocker calves need good nutrition

Newly received stocker calves need good nutrition

Dana Zook

The Enid News

Stress is the principal factor affecting the health of newly weaned or shipped stocker calves.  Just imagine a kindergarten student riding the bus to school the first day. This student will experience new food, activities and people. Some of these kids are excited for their first day but some of them are just plain mad. These kids will have an adjustment period, but if things go smoothly their first couple days away from home, things will go well from there on out. 

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