Monday, December 9, 2019
cattle

Once you've found out how your cattle stand up to the competition, then you'll be able to weigh value-added marketing options.
Certified Angus Beef

Beef producers have to convince consumers that what they do is special, every night of the week.
Angus beef cattle grazing

The only new money in the beef industry is in consumers’ pockets. When they demand more premium quality beef and producers adapt to provide it.
angus beef cattle

There are a thousand ways cattle production can go wrong, but one often forgotten is the risk associated with producing a bad steak.
Old farm

There are differences in the journey, but also similarities of how a producer ends up looking back on a career in agriculture with more wins than losses.
office desk

It takes a disaster to reprioritize the things we always knew were significant, but thought could wait until tomorrow.
cattle

Having “good cattle” isn’t a destination you reach-you have to keep after it.
Beef cattle grazing

A few months ago, a veterinarian wrote a column on ideal cow size, naming 750 to 900 lb. as the ideal with little more than "observations" to back it up.
Dairy calf

Don’t quit studying and looking for innovation. But don’t miss the miracles. The everyday operations of farm life can help you connect with consumers.
cow

No matter what trait or suite of traits you’re trying to improve, expected progeny differences help you design exactly the kind of herd you want.