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Progressive Cattle editors David Cooper and Cassidy Woolsey sit down with “Irons in the Fire” columnist Paul Marchant to chew the cud on current events in the beef industry, preview the upcoming edition of the magazine, and interview some good friends from the ag community. Saddle up and come along for the ride. Click here to find quick links to subscribe on your favorite podcast platform.

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Join Progressive Cattle editors David Cooper, Cassidy Woolsey and Carrie Veselka from the 2020 National Cattlemen’s Beef Associations Industry Convention and Trade Show. For the first of 3 podcasts. In this version, the editors talk with Will Sawyer of CoBank about Walmart’s decision to get into beef with its processing plant; Dr. Jared Decker from the University of Missouri, about research into traits related to hides for southern climate cattle; and with Dr. Shalene McNeill, NCBA’s executive direction for nutrition science, about the upcoming dietary guidelines.

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The Progressive Cattle editors David Cooper, Cassidy Woolsey, and Carrie Veselka kick things off at the 2020 National Cattlemen’s Beef Associations Industry Convention and Trade Show. How is the weather? Is that a taco hat? Listen as they get things started and introduce some of the industry guests from across the industry you can listen to in our three-part podcast episodes.

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Join David, Cassidy and Paul as they discuss with Derrell Peel, a livestock marketing specialist at Oklahoma State University, the impacts of the wildfires in Australia and the relevance it has to the U.S. beef industry. Peel also touches on important topics such as China’s new phase one trade deal, as well the economics in importing beef in the U.S.

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David, Cassidy and Paul launch the first Progressive Cattle podcast with Texas A&M Agrilife Extension specialist Tiffany Dowell Lashmet, host of the Ag Law in the Field podcast, to share management tips producers should consider heading into a new year. They also preview January issue articles focused on dystocia in calving, management tips from the King Ranch Institute, and market news from Range Beef Cow Symposium.

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