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Sometimes, you don’t just need a plan, you need plan A, B and then even C, especially when it comes to water resources for your livestock. There is nothing quite like drought conditions to really drive that point home.

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Ohio producer starts with his cows when making a bull sale

After receiving an engineering degree and being in the restaurant business, Bill Roe never thought he would become a cattleman.

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Husband and wife Tracy and Julie Leonard each brought specific skill sets to their cow-calf and stocker program.

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Little Washburn Creek runs through the wooded hills of Sebastian County, Arkansas, where Tracy and Julie Leonard created a nontraditional ranch.

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Single-trait selection is not a good business plan, according to Larry Echols of Gap Mills, West Virginia. Single-trait selection is like shopping for a baseball where the only selection criterion is that “it’s round.” A grapefruit is round too, and that wouldn’t win very many ballgames.

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