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Grazing in Harmony

Montana ranchers embrace holistic management to improve the natural resource.

Grandin, Mitloehner Serve Up Facts About Animal Ag and Greenhouse Gases

How can livestock production be a part of the solution? Temple Grandin and Frank Mitloehner discussed strides in sustainability and the future at the Online Top Producer Summit and Trust in Food Symposium.

Setting Expectations Smooths the Path for Succession Planning with Off-Farm Heirs

At this year’s Top Producer Online Summit, Rena Striegel shared her key tips to make this transition easier for all involved.

Jennifer Shike
5 Hard Lessons Learned from a Year of Virtual FFA

A virtual FFA community can only fill the gap so far. I am grateful FFA has found solutions during the pandemic, but I believe the things FFA members have missed drive home the reasons why FFA is so important today.

True Grit: A Tribute to Ranchers Who Weathered the Extremes This Week

The record cold temperatures and extreme weather had a major impact on ranchers across the country, but through it all, the men and women showed what the true definition of a rancher is.

Zach Ducheneaux Speaks at 2021 Top Producer Summit
South Dakota's DX Ranch Focuses on Growth and Community

Located on the Cheyenne River Sioux Indian Reservation, the DX Ranch and its direct-to-consumer beef operation has a simple mission: Provide beef that is local, nutritious, and that improves their communities.

Came Farms Plants Discipline with Focus on Family, Employees and the Future

Bill Came is no stranger to reviving resources and making the most of ever acre of land. The Cames are proof that when you make makes sure no stone is left unturned, while focusing on the future, growth comes naturally.

Cattle Margins Forecast to Grow, As Weather and Feed Costs Are Wild Cards for 2021

As drought continues to grip the West, some protein analysts think cattle producers are still looking at better pricing opportunities in the back half of 2021.