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TMR Corner:Which type of TMR mixer is right for you?

Go to any farm equipment show, or “surf” the internet, and you will see there are a wide range of makes and models of TMR mixer on the market today, which can make selecting the right one for you a bit confusing. In this issue we will look at the origin and key differences between the two main classifications of mixers that are available today, namely, Horizontal and Vertical mixers.

HORIZONTAL TMR MIXERS

PRAIRIE CREEK SEED Solid Solutions to Summer Challenges

For 51-year-old Karl Dallefeld, of rural Worthington, Iowa, his passion has always revolved around farming and cattle. “I grew up on a farm in Illinois, and it seems like I have been around or working cattle all of my life.

U.S. CUSTOM HARVESTERS HERE FOR YOU

In the cattle and crop industries, the one predictable thing is that the unpredictable will happen. This is especially true for cattlemen growing their own forage crops.

PLANTING FOR SUCCESS Byron Seeds Plans for the Future

It’s not about the money. I don’t think anyone who farms would say that they do it for the money. Not that money isn’t important, it’s just that people who farm are motivated by something far deeper than just money.

BRANGUS GENETICS OFFER HETEROSIS FOR REBUILDING THE NATION’S COWHERD

The Brangus breed, a 3/8 Brahman and 5/8 Angus composite, was developed to utilize the superior traits of Angus and Brahman cattle. This two breed combination resulted in a breed that unites the traits of two highly successful parent breeds. The Brahman, through rigorous natural selection, developed disease resistance, overall hardiness and outstanding maternal instincts. 

Are there concerns or limits for adding liquids to a TMR mixer?

When this column started, we encouraged our readers to forward their comments, questions and suggestions for topics to us by email at the address given at the end of the column. We thank you for the communications received to date, to which we reply directly. Starting with this issue, we will occasionally share with you an expanded response that was inspired by a noteworthy question.

CATTLE WHISPERER Pointers for Effective Stockmanship

Safe and effective cattle handling has always been important. In the last few years there has been a move toward what has been called low-stress handling or as we prefer to call it a return to sound, effective stockmanship. The animal industries must not tolerate any form of abusive behavior or handling of livestock. The culture of handling on any operation originates from upper management and is expressed by the workers on the ground.

 

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