Current Progressive Cattle digital edition


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


Popularity spikes upward for the Black Hereford breed

Hereford, the image of a red cow with white markings comes to mind.

However, there is a new color of Hereford on the rise.

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The drought has eased in places, but it persists in 40 percent of the U.S. and another 10 percent could revert if seasonal rains stay away this summer.

That outlook from the USDA Drought Monitor has many ranchers short on grazing or water at a crossroads:

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No matter the size or scope of a cattle operation, quality feed is a driver of profitability.

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Buddy Westphal has been raising registered Charolais near Polson, Montana, for several decades, producing bulls for commercial cattlemen.

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In the Texas Panhandle, there resides a ranch known for its contributions to the Angus breed.

The Bradley 3 Ranch, under the management of Minnie Lou Bradley, is truly a pioneer in the industry.

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If the first week in office is any indication, it's going to be a whirlwind year for Scott George, president of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association.

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