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Read commentary from Progressive Cattleman editor David Cooper, ranging from the origin of specific magazine articles to thoughts about industry trends.

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The law of the harvest is one of history’s simplest proverbs. It’s also one of the most misunderstood.

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The life of an ag magazine editor is not a life of danger. Nonetheless, there are moments of dread and some mental anguish.

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“It looks like you’re not having fun,” one father said watching his son go about his day-to-day tasks. “I’m really not,” replied the son.

That was the moment 85-year-old J.W. “Bill” Marriott Jr. knew his son wouldn’t take over the family business. And it was tough.

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Each year, we at Progressive Cattleman release our annual beef statistics poster. And each year, the data tells a different story about the work of our cattlemen and the U.S. industry. Here are a few of the highlights worth remembering in the 2017 version.

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It was in the early part of the 20th century, when much of America remained a rugged outpost of undeveloped territory, that President Theodore Roosevelt decided to put an end to pot hunters raiding Native American treasures and artifacts.

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Following the news about U.S.-Chinese trade talks is a lot like ordering Chinese food – just when you got enough, you’re seemingly hungry for more.

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