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Published in Beef Research Program Progress Report, No. 4, Part 2 (May 1993)
Beef producers make some decisions that affect production at the herd level. In many cases these decisions are not supported by data, since resources needed to obtain experimental data are limited. Computer modeling is a logical way to evaluate herd level effects. Here we examine options for culling cows based on age and pregnancy status under four crossbreeding systems.