Re: Chips


In a message dated 2/8/2008 11:43:26 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
brockm@... writes:

<<But that's the point, Doug. Florida grasses are quite different from those
in Iowa and/or Wyoming. Wouldn't it be better to match to a chip in the area
of actual use? To add to that, chip colors have probably changed over the
yrs due to changes in grass types and....well...there must be SOME reason
but I'm not sure if the color of such chips might change over time. >>

There is also the effect of strontium 90 on chip color to be calculated and
considered along with the amount of atmospheric nuclear testing being done
during the time period being modeled. The ingestion of strontium 90 by cows was
a serious concern back in the 50's. Walter Cox

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