Current Progressive Cattleman digital edition
advertisement
breadcrumbs

Features

Read profile articles featuring individual beef producers and operations, as well as regions of the country that are key to the industry.

LATEST

With 500 acres of dallisgrass, bermudagrass, fescue and johnsongrass, David Long will take one to four cuttings a year and put up 650 to 700 round bales in Waldron, Arkansas, for his registered Brahman herd.

Read more ...

Chance was a 17-year-old chestnut Arabian, given to my oldest granddaughter Heather by her great-aunt for Christmas in 2000, when Heather was 9.

Read more ...

With 500 acres of dallisgrass, bermudagrass, fescue and johnsongrass, David and Lisa Long will take one to four cuttings a year and put up 650 to 700 round bales in Waldron, Arkansas. If he had a market to sell the hay to, it still wouldn’t provide enough to make a living, but additional land isn’t as available as it once was. Long knew something at Peaceful Valley Farms had to change.

Read more ...

A 4-H project that got out of hand. That’s what Tommy Mead of Mead Cattle Enterprises says about his passion for the Hereford breed.

Read more ...

What makes a man who grew up in the San Francisco Bay area choose the life of a cattleman in eastern Oregon? A passion for the beef industry and a knack for the business to make it all work.

Read more ...

It’s what they call “10-40” country; there are varying stories depending on who’s telling it but, essentially, a cow has to have a mouth 10 feet wide and run 40 miles an hour to get enough feed.

Read more ...