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Cattle Feeding, Contact, 12 April 2012 [cached]
Tom Basabe
Thomas J. Basabe, President 1301 Hwy 67 Grand View, ID 83624 208-834-2231 - office 208-850-2422 - cell
Press Release, 14 Dec 2004 [cached]
"We look forward to hosting this show," said Tom Basabe, Simplot Land & Livestock President.
News and Commentary - Story of the Week [cached]
"We look forward to hosting this show," said Tom Basabe, Simplot Land & Livestock president.
Idaho livestock - Idaho, 18 April 2009 [cached]
Tom Basabe, of Grand View, followed in his father's footsteps. He worked in many areas with the Simplot Co., was president and general manager of its agriculture group and has served as president of Simplot Land & Livestock since 1992. He has
News related to the sugar and sugarbeet (sugar beet) growing industry on, 11 Dec 2006 [cached]
"We're looking around to see what alternatives we can use," Tom Basabe, president of Simplot Land and Livestock, said in a telephone interview from company headquarters in Boise.
Simplot has ready access to plenty of potato by-products from its spud processing plants, and could increase its use of the starchy commodity in cattle feeding operations.
But there's a limit to adjustments that can be made in a cattle feeding ration, Basabe said.The reality is that feeders have to use mostly corn to finish their cattle.
"You can't just take corn out" of the finish ration, Basabe said."You need the energy to put weight on these cattle."
The Simplot feedlot near Grand View, Idaho, is one of the largest in the region.The company also operates a custom feedlot near Pasco, Wash.
Higher corn prices have substantially increased the cost of fattening cattle for slaughter, Basabe said.
"It's costing about $50 per head more to finish a steer than it did six months ago," he said.
Feeder cattle are about $100 per head cheaper than they were six months ago, Basabe said.
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