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MANAGEMENT

Read how to improve your supervision of employees, financial matters, identification and record keeping. Learn more about land use issues that affect your operation.

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Author note: This article was originally written to focus on the busy times of planting and harvest. With the continuing crisis created by COVID-19, it now applies to us all.

Human beings are unique. We are born with certain tendencies and natural reactions. You may well have completed leadership or personality profiles to better understand your tendencies and natural reactions.

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Whether you subscribe to culling females using the Four O’s Cow Culling Program (culling open, old, ornery and oddball cows) or not, culled females have a profit potential you’ll want to maximize, just like when you sell your calf crop.

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Making decisions on any agricultural enterprise can be challenging. Decisions such as purchasing new equipment, how long to retain ownership of calves or even figuring out how to properly calibrate a sprayer can leave producers feeling frustrated.

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Many livestock and horse owners around the country are concerned over potential liability if someone gets injured during a horse or livestock activity.

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The last few years have been a challenging time for even the most seasoned producers.

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In March, the COVID-19 pandemic-affected industries (including the ag industy), businesses and millions of people across the U.S. As fear and panic shopping set in among consumers with the uncertainty of the duration of the virus and social distancing and stay-at-home orders in place across multiples states, the food supply chain was beginning to shake with demand for food exceeding supply.

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