Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Life Of A Feeder Steer – Part 4

We left you with our cattle in the feedlot, and now we delve into the final chapter in the paddock to plate journey. Upon the completion of their time on feed, the cattle are trucked to a service-kill abattoir facility.  … Continue reading

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The Life Of A Feeder Steer – Part 3

Last week, we left off after the weaning process.  At this point, our cattle have graduated their education, arrived at Kimberley, and are ready to begin their adult life. Upon arrival at Kimberley, they will spend 6-12 months in the … Continue reading

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The Life Of A Feeder Steer – Part 2

Last week we began exploring the journey our cattle take, from paddock to plate.  This week, we are continuing with the next step in the life of a feeder steer. The weaning process, which we normally start in September, involves … Continue reading

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