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You’re rooted in science, but when great and immediate need comes along, don’t forget there’s an awful lot of your job that is still an exercise in art.
Miranda Reiman: The Art Of The Fix 

4-H prep should be an Olympic sport. Or at least it felt that way as Miranda Reiman helped her older kids get ready for entry day at the county fair.

1 year ago
Raised during the early years of commercial cattle feeding, Bill Foxley built one of the largest cattle feeding and ranching enterprises in the U.S.
2019 Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame: Bill Foxley Focuses on the Details

Raised during the early years of commercial cattle feeding, Bill Foxley built one of the largest cattle feeding and ranching enterprises in the U.S.

1 year ago
James Herring’s innovation and commitment to improving the quality of beef throughout the industry helped build an industry giant.
2019 Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame: James Herring, A Visionary Leader

James Herring’s innovation and commitment to improving the quality of beef throughout the industry helped build an industry giant.

1 year ago
Until you know how to coach and enable the next generation, you can’t possibly identify what transcendent “new” skills they have and unleash them.
Managing Millennial Employees Takes Leadership

Instead of pointing out what we view as the major millennial flaws in our employee workforce, we need to find ways to cultivate success through the employee talent that is there takes great leadership and tolerance.

2 years ago
Harvesting corn on the Weihmeir farm.
Nebraska Teen Takes over Family Farm While Father is Ill

Nebraska Teen Takes over Family Farm while Father is ill

3 years ago