1. Feed and nutrition (including pasture quality and supplemental vitamins and nutrients);
2. Animal health (including vaccinations, veterinary care, deworming for internal parasites); and,
3. Control of pests (e.g., insecticides, fly control).
It’s rare but some stocker cattle contracts there can be promises made for average daily gain (“ADG”).
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