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One of the most important responsibilities of an agricultural organization is identifying and hiring someone to lead the organization. Large corporations struggle with this as well – because it can be a daunting task to identify: What are the organization’s needs? Who is the person to fulfil these needs?

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Think about how we handle non-personnel problems – a sick animal, a wilted crop, a dissatisfied customer. Even though we are all well-trained to address these issues, we still often treat symptoms rather than taking the time to analyze the problem to determine the real or root cause.

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Calf prices have steadily increased for several years. Since spring 2014, replacement female prices have remained at record levels as well. It is only reasonable that bull prices would follow the trend.

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Grazing permits and public lands are essential to the operation of the countless ranches that stretch across the western U.S.

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If you’re like most commercial beef producers, you probably left this year’s bull sale feeling a little sick to your stomach. Not only were bull prices outrageously high, but now you have to turn the animal out and pray he doesn’t break a leg or turn up positive for trichomoniasis later on.

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Cattle grazing beside the road are not an uncommon sight while cruising through the many rural areas of the U.S. Tourists find it a prime opportunity to take the cliché “cattle grazing on the horizon” photo.

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