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Kym is the manager of Amboss Beef in North Queensland where she breeds high-grade Indu Brahmans and Charbrays.
They have recently relocated their business from the Atherton Tablelands to the Cassowary Coast.
Kym noted that at her operation they are always looking for ways to improve health and productivity and she is super excited to take part in the Multimin Performance Ready Challenge. She hopes by using Multimin it will help with the recent relocation particularly with the stress and re-climatisation her cattle will face.
Number of head: 30 + 15 calves
Initial treatment: 11 May 2020
First data collection: 6 June 2020
Objective: To see if Multimin can increase weight gain when moving cattle to a new property with different climate and feed. They will be measuring both calf weights and weaning weights.
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Amboss beef has moved!!! Me and the pooches took the break in the rain to go check things out. Just a little bit of…
Like a kid in a candy store.Picking up some multimin at @EldersInnisfail and day dreaming about the Cydectin LA XR190 Multimin Performance Ready Challenge