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The cow in 4-H dairying [1967] Public Deposited

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  • As you progress in this more advanced area of your dairy project, you should find many interesting and challenging experiences. How you develop this phase of your project depends somewhat on your home situation. If you live on a dairy farm and have a commercial market for milk, you will probably feed and manage your cow with the family herd. You may wish to develop your own dairy herd from your foundation animal. However, if your family has only enough land to raise a few dairy animals, you may use your dairy cow to produce milk for your family. The care and management of a dairy cow may differ under these two situations. You will be primarily concerned with the care and management of your dairy cow regardless of your home situation. If you started with a calf or heifer, you will find that work will continue to be an important part of your dairy program. Naturally, you may expect some bull calves, which will be of little value in increasing the size of a 4-H dairy herd. In some cases bull calves can be raised for veal or beef. You may wish to sell the bulls as baby calves and purchase heifers to continue the growth of your dairy project. You could also carry the 4-H Dairy Science project unit. You will find the science unit provides an insight into the mysteries of the dairy cow. This kind of information will help you do a better job of caring for your project.
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