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CT: November 08, 2005 07:32:07 CST
GETTING INTO THE CATTLE BUSINESS REQUIRES PLANNING
Just because a new cattle producer is, in fact, new or has been away from the industry for a while does not mean that they have to come into an enterprise with their eyes closed.
CT: November 08, 2005 07:33:37 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- TAG -- YOU'RE IT
So much for the quandary over the proverbial chicken and egg. USDA's decision to privatize a key component of the sluggish National Animal Identification System (NAIS) has left the industry without a perch or a nest. Far as that goes, no one is even sure who has access to the henhouse.
CT: November 22, 2005 07:38:27 CST
GETTING INTO THE CATTLE BUSINESS NOT A DECISION TO BE MADE LIGHTLY
In the last issue we began a discussion of issues and thought processes that should be employed when considering a cattle producing venture. In this part we will continue the overview of different sectors of the beef industry and what it takes to get started.
CT: November 22, 2005 07:42:52 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- TRADIN' TIME
It was Eldon Thomas at Apache Auto in the next town over who gave Hooter the bad news: “The main seal is shot and the transmission is hanging on by a couple of teeth.”
CT: November 22, 2005 07:47:04 CST
TENNESSEE PRODUCER ADDS POUNDS WITH BRAUNVIEH
Earl Jones believes in Braunvieh cattle. Since he purchased his first Braunvieh bull in 1996 to use on his commercial herd, his main goal has been to add pounds of beef to his commercial herd using Braunvieh genetics.
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