*Dr. Britt Hicks is with Oklahoma State University's Oklahoma Panhandle Research & Extension Center.
TWO recent Oklahoma State University studies evaluated an all-natural system that did not use growth implants, beta-agonists and monensin/tylosin and compared it to a conventional system that did use these efficiency-enhancing technologies to see the effects on feedlot performance and carcass charact
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