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Read previews or recaps of beef industry meetings, conferences or seminars. Coverage often includes photos and speaker interviews.

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May 2019 marked Creek County, Oklahoma’s, 76th annual ag tour. The tour started during the World War II era, in the year 1943. The goal of the Creek County Conservation District back in 1943 was to share what individual farmers were doing on their farms to overcome the effects of the war and depression.

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Have you ever considered yourself in the real estate business? 

Well, according to Tyler Jacobs with Hall and Hall Partners LLP, a nationwide rural real estate company, you are whether you want to be or not.

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The South is known for its high heat units, mild winters and abundance of land. While this may sound like a cattle producer’s dream, the key to success is found in the efficiency of a producer’s grazing system.

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Creating a successful calf takes more than strong genetics and proper raising. Much of the influence on a calf’s development happens during gestation. That’s what South Dakota State University Extension Meat Science Specialist Amanda Blair and North Dakota State University Extension Specialist Janna Block told Cattlemen’s College attendees at the NCBA Convention and Trade Show in New Orleans in January.

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Nearly 9,000 people attended the 2019 National Cattleman’s Beef Association Convention and Trade Show in New Orleans Jan. 29 through Feb. 1, including the Progressive Cattleman team.

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CattleFax CEO Randy Blach informed attendees at the CattleFax outlook seminar at the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s annual convention in New Orleans on Jan. 31 that the U.S. cattle industry is nearing a peak in production and profit in the cattle market cycle.

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