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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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Today, there are several strategies for controlling weeds, including use of insects that feed on specific weeds. Paul Brusven, a coordinator for Nez Perce Bio-control Center in Lapwai, Idaho, says biological controls are proving to be successful for a number of weeds.

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This is the final article in a five-part series on management.

This series on managing ranch employees has covered essential managerial skills – recruiting, supervising, retaining and evaluating employees.

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As cattle producers continue to seek ways to add value to their operations, recent research from Kansas State University looks at a variety of factors influencing the sale price of beef calf lots.

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For only a few cents per head per day, you can … increase gains, cure all diseases, increase fertility, end world hunger, fix your marriage and even make sense of the Democrat party (yeah, that one will probably always be out of reach). Sign me up, right?

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This article is part four in a five-part series. Be sure to read the final installment “When time for termination comes” in the upcoming April issue.

Managers and employees often dread the annual process of reviewing employee performance.

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Cattle producers are surrounded by data. Whether it’s weaning weights, days open or number of cattle on a given pasture, the data we collect on our operations is only beneficial if we utilize it.

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