feeding creep

I'm thinking I may start putting creep feed out for my calves. I haven't done it much in the past but with the price of calves the way they are I think it may be I think the return with be worth the expense.  Does anyone have any suggestions?
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Selling on Livestock Trader vs. Livestock Auctions

Take Control of the Sale For years the preferred method of selling farm animals and equipment has been at auction. Livestock Auctions put the seller at the mercy of many different elements, all of which affect your sale price and ultimately your profit. For example, bad weather or a poor turnout, can result in lower profits.  When you sell on livestocktrader.com you have the opportunity to market your own product, and convince the buyer why your product is right for them.  You are in charge of what your product brings regardless of  whatever threatens prices at auctions. Maximize Your Profit Most important, you will never pay commission with Livestock Trader.  You just post your ad and whatever your selling price, the entire sale is yours to keep. With commission prices in the sale barns, averaging around $20 per head or higher for cattle, it won't take long to spend a large amount of profit on commissions. Livestock Auctions Drain Your Profit Get a premium for you…
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Low Cost, Commission Free

Why would you advertise a product online when the moment you sell, that "Post a Free Ad" now becomes pay us our commission! Livestock Trader doesn't work like that. Livestock Trader Online does not charge a hefty commission on anything you list and subsequently sell. At Livestock Trader Online you pay one fee to advertise. That’s it.  No hidden costs. Single Ad - Never Expires! $60 Great for business who have a product that they continually sell! Unlimited Ads - 1 Year - $300 Perfect for the individual or business that have a multitude of products to sell!  
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Introducing the Livestock Trader Blog

We've been feeling chatty lately since we are couped up in or office all day. For long stretches at a time. Hours on end. No one to talked with. All these words just dying to get out. So instead of talking, we'll just write them down. And so you, dear Livestock Trader,  get the benefit of all this pent up prose. It's winter, although it hasn't felt like it yet, and there is plenty of planning to be done before the spring farming season begins. Equipment to repair.  
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