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Phone: (651) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: c***@***.com
Local Address: , Minnesota, United States
Land O'Lakes , Inc.
4001 Lexington Avenue N
Arden Hills , Minnesota 55126
United States

Company Description: Land O'Lakes, Inc. (Land O’Lakes) was formed as a cooperative designed to meet the needs of dairy farmers located in the Midwest. The Company operates its business...   more
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That's according to Chad ...
feedlotmagazine.com, 21 May 2013 [cached]
That's according to Chad Zehnder, cattle consultant for Purina Animal Nutrition. He says that managed pastures can typically support the cow-calf herd from summer and into fall unless environmental conditions cause problems.
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"In a normal year, we hope to manage our pastures so we have ample forage for the cows," Zehnder says.
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"If forage is getting low in the pasture, make a switch before the problem is out of hand and the pasture is burnt up," Zehnder advises, explaining that a pasture break will allow it to regrow after periods of overgrazing or dry weather.
Pasture substitution, or complementing the pasture with stored forage, is an option to ensure the herd receives the nutrients required when pasture quality becomes low. During periods of pasture stress, stored forages can be fed to the herd.
Zehnder says that substitution was an option used by cattle producers during the 2012 drought, but that it is not necessary until winter in most years.
"Substitution may be necessary in dry areas in the summer, but, most years, pasture supplementation during the summer and fall is ideal," he says, encouraging producers to work with a cattle nutritionist to create a pasture management and supplementation program.
Chad Zehnder, nutritionist ...
www.morrissuntribune.com [cached]
Chad Zehnder, nutritionist with Purina Mills Feed, will share information on a greater reliance on the combination of co-products and farm raised feeds, with minimal grain inclusion.
The panel consisted of Chad ...
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The panel consisted of Chad Zehnder, Jarrod Gillig, Angie Denton, and Kyle McMillan.
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Lastly, Chad Zehnder, Land O' Lakes Cattle Consultant for the North Central Region, summarized what had attributed to his career successes in five words:• Educate• Diversify
«livestock news & resources - Ag Industry News - Farm and Livestock Directory
www.farmandlivestockdirectory.com, 3 Dec 2013 [cached]
That's according to Chad Zehnder, cattle consultant for Purina Animal Nutrition. He says that managed pastures can typically support the...
That's according to Chad ...
www.agrimarketing.com, 22 May 2013 [cached]
That's according to Chad Zehnder, cattle consultant for Purina Animal Nutrition. He says that managed pastures can typically support the cow-calf herd from summer and into fall unless environmental conditions cause problems.
...
"In a normal year, we hope to manage our pastures so we have ample forage for the cows," Zehnder says.
...
"If forage is getting low in the pasture, make a switch before the problem is out of hand and the pasture is burnt up," Zehnder advises, explaining that a pasture break will allow it to regrow after periods of overgrazing or dry weather.
Pasture substitution, or complementing the pasture with stored forage, is an option to ensure the herd receives the nutrients required when pasture quality becomes low. During periods of pasture stress, stored forages can be fed to the herd.
Zehnder says that substitution was an option used by cattle producers during the 2012 drought, but that it is not necessary until winter in most years.
"Substitution may be necessary in dry areas in the summer, but, most years, pasture supplementation during the summer and fall is ideal," he says, encouraging producers to work with a cattle nutritionist to create a pasture management and supplementation program.
For more information on beef cattle supplements and nutrition, contact Chad Zehnder at (612) 554-2154 or CMZehnder@landolakes.com or go to: http://cattle.purinamills.com/.
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