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The pre-weaned and vaccinated calf supply slowly grows each year, due to the numerous programs available across the country that are designed to benefit those producers that practice it. However, the majority of calves sold every year still has no idea what a processing facility looks like, or even a feedbunk. If those that are buying and receiving calves take the time to prepare for the arrival of these cattle, it can make the transition a lot easier for all involved.
Here are some points to consider before and during the arrival of newly received calves to your facility this fall:
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