I. Some calculations, be sure to show your work.
1. You have purchased a group of cattle (550 1b of body weight) for wheat pasture grazing, you expect to
d/day. If total operating costs are $285, what \
own them for 125 days, and project they will g
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II. Scenario 2: Background calves fordazvs on Id ent at 2.88 lb OfDM / day. terpri
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DAl/dgg : IBackgWnd calves for 100 days with Bermuda grass hay (1 7 lb of
50 g of DM of mineral package.
1 7) If YOu
the daifepurchase grass hay for $1 lO/shon ton (as-is), and $ 7 80/short ton (as-is) of mineral: what are
costs for this prog
ons WhiCh are based-on forage and feedstuff availability in your area. A variety of
You have several opti
below. Therefore, your PTOfeSSiOnal decision at given cirCumstances (assume only
scenarios are presented
information given bellow) must be taken.
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