Old lessons and new challenges
There are things beef farmers are already doing well and areas where they need to do better. Miranda Reiman shares her thoughts in her recent column.
Valued partners in the beef business
There are partnerships all across the beef business, but they're not always as clean as who will bale the hay and who is going to feed it.
The power of the pursuit and the people met
Black Ink columnist Miranda Reiman ponders what it means to be great, noting being great is not a goal, it is a constant pursuit.
Growth is uncomfortable, but necessary
The beauty of continued growth is learning to make improvements and then build on them.
Pick new technologies most applicable to you
Miranda Reiman encourages Black Ink readers tomake the changes that are most applicable to their farm and stand to do the most good.
Anticipation is part of raising cattle
Rotten weather, sudden price dips or unexpected health challenges can't be controlled, but plenty of factors can with good farm management.
Rookies, quick studies and jumping in
If you want to make herd improvement, by all means, gather all the data and tools and talk to all the people, but at some point you've just got to jump in.
Lots of hard work behind the scenes
Miranda Reiman reminds cattle farmers and ranchers, there’s a lot of good in that hard work that nobody sees.
The taste of change can be sweet
2020 has been a year of change. Maybe it's time change hit a little closer to home. Use these tips to make positive changes on your cattle farm or ranch.
No mountain-top views without crossing the valleys
Nicole Lane Erceg reminds readers that just as cattlemen have made it through tough times in the past, they shall make it through current struggles as well.