Sunday, March 7, 2021
cow genomics

The beauty of continued growth is learning to make improvements and then build on them.

Nobody likes to be told that they’ve done a bad job. Think of the situation-comedy or movie scene: A junior high student has worked...

Marketers try to sell what they have, even if it's not the most complete product on the market. The phrase "guaranteed tender" may sound like it's all that matters, the one true path to great meat. But that's not all there is.
Angus beef cattle grazing

What does beef production look like in 2030? It’s a heavy question, one difficult to grasp with the uncertainty, but worth considering. 

As you tag another calf and write the information in that little book, do you ever think about how well it will hit the...

Cattle ranchers who stuck with their program are likely well-situated in 2014.
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Once you've found out how your cattle stand up to the competition, then you'll be able to weigh value-added marketing options.
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Miranda Reiman reminds cattle farmers and ranchers, there’s a lot of good in that hard work that nobody sees.
Angus beef cattle grazing

When is it a good choice to skip a passing phase or invest in what may be the way of the future?
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Miranda Reiman encourages Black Ink readers tomake the changes that are most applicable to their farm and stand to do the most good.