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


Information exchange could increase market opportunity

Aggressive job seekers with a certain skill level engage in many résumé-building activities to distinguish themselves from the pool of applicants.

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Studies of nutrition and management practices that influence marbling (intramuscular fat) deposition have primarily focused on the feedlot phase of production, although pre-feedyard management strategies can also influence marbling development.

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Many have been anxiously waiting to see what Congress would do with several of the tax laws which were set to expire at the end of 2012. One of the main concerns was expiring estate tax legislation.

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A rancher must be prepared to respond effectively to drought, one of the biggest threats to Great Plains ranchers.

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Communicating is still not easy, even with all of the modern options technology has given us.

Mobile phones, Skype, text messaging, video conferencing – the list goes on and I’m sure they will continue to expand rapidly in this tech-savvy age.

We have no reason not to stay in touch with all the gadgets.

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For cattle producers, the spring usually means it’s time for calves to be born.

However, this is also the time that other young are born – and that includes pests.

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