November is here and that means one thing is for certain, freezing temperatures are not far behind. One of the biggest dangers for cattle in the winter is dehydration due to their water source freezing over. It may seem obvious to always provide fresh clean water to your cattle, but when temperatures drop below freezing, it is not uncommon for people to forget to monitor the water supply of their cattle. One solution includes breaking up the ice covering the water supply for the cattle, sometimes multiple times a day. Watering multiple times a day allows your cattle more opportunity to drink fresh water before it has a chance to freeze. It is also a good idea to separate your cattle by age to ensure that the older cattle are not bullying the younger animals out of the way to get water. If you separate your herd by age, the likelihood of this taking place will decrease. Pasturas Los Alazanes has a number of great cattle supplies for your herd this winter. Come on by and give us a visit to discuss winter care tips for your cattle with our knowledgable staff.
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Golden Oak 3/8 Breeder Cubes
Golden Oak 20% Breeder Cubes for beef cattle on pasture.
Packaging: 50 Pounds (22.68 kg)
Feeding directions: Feed Golden Oak 20% Breeder at a ...