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Take a peek inside exemplary operations around the U.S. in our videos and slideshows. Also, discover best practices for your cattle business from industry experts with our multimedia features.

The Progressive Cattle team hits the road at NCBA in Nashville visiting presenters of Cattlemen’s College. Emily Solis of Animal Agriculture Alliance explains preparing for animal activists hitting your ranch; Jessica Gilreath of Texas A&M University shares research of sustainable practices directly beneficial to cow-calf production; Jason Sawyer of King Ranch Institute for Ranch Management dives into decisions that sort the manageable as opposed to the unmanageable; and Kent Swisher of the North America Renders Association about the role they play in the sustainability picture for beef production in all phases of rendering.

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Cassidy and David visit with Bob Milligan, a senior consultant with Dairy Strategies LLC, who shares his insight on working with cattle ranchers and those in ag related to business management. Also get to know Kate James, Progressive Cattle’s summer intern, and what goes into her work with the publication.

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Paul, Cassidy and David spend some time talking on market dynamics with Tanner Beymer, NCBA’s director of government affairs and market regulatory policy. Just how far has NCBA membership moved toward price discovery reform in recent years?

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Listen in as David, Cassidy and Paul talk about the magic of grazing with the executive director for the Texas Grazing Land Coalition, Jenny Pluhar. Do you know what grows on your ranch? Should you really take half, leave half? And, do you really need 16-plus pastures to do rotational grazing effectively? All of these things and more are discussed in this episode.

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Paul, Cassidy and David put their taste buds and palate for real beef to the test with a blind taste test of Burger King’s traditional Whopper and the fake meat in the Impossible Whopper.

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