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Registration papers can add value even during high prices
Similar to a title of a truck, registration papers can provide producers with important background information to assist in cattle management.
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South Dakota ranchers rise again one year after Storm Atlas
It was 80ºF in the days before Oct. 4, 2013. Leaves still graced the trees.
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Hunter access on private lands
Most of the wildlife habitat in the U.S. is on private lands.
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Breeding a drought-adapted cow
The U.S. has been plagued with intermittent drought throughout its history.
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The five principles of grazing management
Common to many cattle producers around the world is the fear of wasting grass.
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‘No foot, no horse’: equine foot care “No foot, no horse,” is the old saying. A horse is only as sound as his feet. Read the Full Story

Alltech purchases Lienert Australia Pty. Ltd

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Wednesday, 24 September 2014 14:37

Dr. Pearse Lyons, Nick Lienert

As part of its strategy to strengthen its support of agriculture at the local level, global animal nutrition company Alltech is proud to welcome Lienert Australia Pty. Ltd., an Australian premix manufacturer and feed ingredient supplier, to its corporate family.


Poll: Majority against McDonald’s effort to market sustainable beef by 2016

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Tuesday, 23 September 2014 08:31

Most Progressive Cattleman readers are against McDonald’s effort to market all sustainable beef by 2016.


Video: Tips to camouflage a ranch security camera

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Theft and vandalism concerns prompt one Nevada rancher to set up camouflaged game cameras around his ranch. Learn how to set up and camouflage these cameras so you can see what is happening on your operation.


Market your seedstock – don’t just sell them

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Monday, 22 September 2014 09:07


At 5:30 a.m. you pull on your boots and, if there’s enough light, head to the pasture to see if the weaned calves broke the fence line.


On the plains: Trains and $2 corn

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Friday, 05 September 2014 13:06

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Consider $3,300 railcar cost a crystal ball for the corn and cattle feeding industries.

“The grain farmer is absolutely going to get hammered to move his grain,” said Dan Basse, president of AgResource Company. “All of this passes back to you,” the analyst told cattle feeders and other attendees at last month’s Feeding Quality Forum in Kearney, Nebraska, and Amarillo, Texas.



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