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Joining us on this episode of the Progressive Cattle podcast is Ranch House Designs’ founder Rachel Cutrer. She shares social media tips, how much you should include in your marketing budget and ways she has seen seedstock producers adjust during the pandemic.

And, did Paul really say he takes oxytetracycline (OTC)? Yes, yes he did.

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Stewardship is a word often associated with the agricultural industry. From farming operations in the South to the heavily grazed ranching land in the North, stewardship is the focal point of many operations across the country.

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Join David, Cassidy and Paul as they look back at 10 years of Progressive Cattle and what was happening in the beef industry when the magazine got its start. You’ll also hear special guest Elliott Dennis, a livestock economist with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, wrap up this year’s cattle markets and what he forecasts for the first quarter of 2021.

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Fresh air: It’s something we all long for – fresh air in a fall fog, in the winter blizzards, in the springtime showers and in the summer wildfire season.

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When Gary Lee Price became manager of the Prairie Grove Ranch near Windthorst, Texas, calves were removed from the cows and shipped to market the same day.

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David and Cassidy chat with our own Irons in the Fire columnist and podcast contributor, Paul Marchant, about his newly published book, “Musics of a Would-be Renaissance Cowboy.” The book is a collection of Paul’s columns for Progressive Cattle and its sister magazines. He shares the inspirations that have helped his career in ranching and how collecting that experience and learning about others helped shape his new book. The editors also chat about major events of 2020 and where the beef industry goes into 2021.

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