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Grit for chickens As animals eat, the first step in the digestion process is to reduce the particle size of the feed consumed. Mammals do this with their teeth. Since chickens do not have teeth, however, they rely on tBy John Houston, ProTrition Director of Business Services
Just one bite Before he was married, Jonesborough’s Walt Moulton was known for his backyard pool parties. Among the highlights that kept friends coming back was Walt’s penchant for good barbecue and his unique takeStory and photos by Glen Liford
Finishing tips Whether selecting a few animals to fill up the freezer for an individual’s family or selling beef direct to consumers, finishing and prepping calves for slaughter is a trend that continues to grow. WiBy Todd Steen, ProTrition Nutritionist

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