In professional sports, fans expect athletes to be in top form, to achieve results no one else is capable of; the same can be said for breeding bulls each season.
“We need to prepare bulls to be athletes for the duration of breeding season,” said Dr. Chad Zehnder, cattle nutritionist with Purina Animal Nutrition. “Bulls need to remain sound and active. One way we can help prepare them as athletes is by conditioning them.”
If bulls are too thin at the st
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