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Kady Porterfield is the current president of the Washington CattleWomen organization. She grew up raising beef on her family’s cattle ranch.

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Forage is a critical component of most cattle operations. In addition to thinking about the quantity of forage, it is important to be aware of the factors affecting forage quality.

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As spring ends and we ramp up towards summer grazing, it’s important to understand that cattle can still be at risk for grass tetany and other forage-induced health disorders when grazing irrigated pastures.

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It takes approximately six years for a beef cow to pay herself off before she starts generating a profit for the operation. Much of this expense is driven by the investment cost put into developing her.

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Facilities and equipment are critical to the success of any agricultural enterprise. The best way to test a relationship with a significant other or friend is to get up a group of cattle and work calves together.

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