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But just because we can, does that mean we should? Sound cattle management focuses on maintaining growth and efficiency and, in many operations, pushing for improvement. The fear of paths that may take an alternative route is real. Like life, management of alternatives with only a partial knowledge of the outcome amplifies concerns. Without question, the incorporation of alternative management programs is not easy.
Having that would be good and relieve stress. I would also get less stressed about make-up work. I can learn better people skills, and will have more stamina and energy. Will it benefit me to go?
How so? This way I will know if I am really sick or just not wanting to participate. Sometimes I watch a show, check my email, text, or listen to music.
If I can get myself to do homework I can watch a show at the same time. Maybe the show will even improve my work because I will be more creative. Those are some falsehoods I tell myself to rationalize. What happens when I do this is I end up not being able to focus completely on both and if I sit down and watch the exact same show with my full attention after seeing it many times before while multitasking, I actually notice things I never had, the same thing in the quality of work I do when I focus completely.
You cannot physically look at two things at once. Sometimes we think that multitasking shows skill and is impressive. Which causes more stress and makes you need a break and so you multitask: taking your break while you accomplish another task just to complete what you need to.
When I multi task I lose concentration. Watching the show or doing something I like loses its meaning. It makes it less fun or relaxing. I become more stressed, and have less time to myself. Sometimes it is good to just do nothing. If I stop multitasking I will feel more relaxed and happy, I will be able to calm down and focus my whole attention on the most important thing without thinking about anything else. That feeling of control will help me in school work and my personal life.
Taking breaks every once in a while to fully relax before I go back to focusing on the main task at hand. With this comes the idea that I will be able to better ascertain the situation later, so I wait and probably do not spend that time as wisely as I can.
I do not know how, so I will just put my life on hold until I do. I miss deadlines this way. By putting my life on hold, I do not think about the other things that I can do only the one thing I cannot. I miss out on opportunities. For example, I find out I do not know how to do my math homework. I have to wait for my dad to get home so he can help me.
Finally he arrives and helps me.
Great I feel so much better, but what about all of the other things on my to do list? I go into a frenzy trying to complete them, and if a fun opportunity like a party with friends comes up unexpectedly, I have to miss out because I spent so much time just sitting there.
Also If I think I do not have time to start, I might end up missing so much time just waiting.
If you do not know the exact time you have to work, you might as well start and get as much done as you can. I will get more done and have more time to myself if I spend that time better. Like life, management of alternatives with only a partial knowledge of the outcome amplifies concerns.
Without question, the incorporation of alternative management programs is not easy. If a management or selection protocol is working, why not just continue?
Well, that would be like a building contractor adding floor upon floor to a single-story building. If the foundation design was for a single floor, eventually the foundation will fail and the building will collapse.
Cattle are no different. The cattle industry always will have a point where too much of a good thing will become a challenge.
Let me tell a story. The point at the end will be perplexing. Once upon a time to , two groups of cows were born at the Dickinson Research Extension Center Ranch near Manning. Some said those smaller cattle certainly must be for entertainment because the cows were quite different. No, these were real cattle, not a sideshow. Although I must admit to some head scratching and doubt as to the functionality of the smaller cows. As the small-frame cow herd number increased through time, the bulk of the discussion centered on frame size.
The original objective was to develop a herd of smaller cows for grazing on the range research project at the center.
As the smaller cows came into production, they replaced the largest cows. Hold onto that thought. The result was two herds: one smaller in frame and one medium in frame.
The larger-framed set of cows, which were typical heavy-frame, score 6-plus types, were sold because the center did not have pasture for additional cows. As calves, the smaller cattle averaged 38 to 40 inches at the hip at fall weaning, thus an average frame score of 2.
I guess, for many, suggesting a frame score 2. At least an occasional raised eyebrow would suggest that.