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Registration Open for Free Certified Angus Beef Webinar

How do you certify your herd to produce the Certified Angus Beef brand? The free, one-hour "Getting to Know the Certified Angus Beef Brand" webinar is set for Nov. 19, 1:30 p.m. CT, and will delve into this topic.

Tyson Announces Global Forest Protection Standard

After a deforestation risk assessment performed earlier this year with Proforest, Tyson concluded that nearly 94% of its land footprint is at no to low risk of being associated with deforestation.

Bismarck Trail Ranch, South Dakota
Lottery Winner Lists Large SD Ranch

When Neal Wanless won a $232 million Powerball jackpot in 2009, he did what most young cowboys would do – he started building a ranch. Now, the Bismarck Trail Ranch is for sale.

Need A Way to Temporarily Keep Newborn Calves Warm? Try This

This rancher’s innovative calf box keeps newborn calves out of the wind and warm until they can be brought to the barn.

Traffic Jam Ahead: COVID-19 and Livestock Market Risks

Economic data has yet to catch up with what’s happening, but the crash in the equity market is a clear indicator that markets think we are heading for a major contraction in output, Len Steiner says.

Beef-on-Dairy Decisions, Opportunities

Breeding a subset of the dairy herd to beef sires is a growing trend in the U.S. dairy business.

Cupid Shuffle shown by Ryder Day
Cupid Shuffle Is A Milestone Champion

Cupid Shuffle became the first Hereford chosen as Grand Champion steer at the Fort Worth Stock Show since 1982, bringing back memories of Conoco, the first crossbred picked as champion in a major show 51 years ago.

“Black” is Not the Only Goal in Beef-on-dairy Breeding

Simply producing a black calf if not enough if the dairy industry wants to make permanent inroads into successful crossbreeding.