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Lard Spheres on Sticks

 

We had an extremely mild winter and I believe that our cattle got fatter over the course of it.

 

During the winter we put out supplemental hay and cubed the cattle several times a week. They also grazed a limited amount of pasture.

 

Over the last 4-6 weeks our spring grazing has really started to grow and our cattle have started looking like lard spheres on sticks.

 

While I think it is great for future hamburgers (i.e. feeders) to grow fat, and while we have not been experiencing health problems with this group; I am wanting additional opinions as to wether our breeding stock have gotten too fat.

 

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