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BLACK INK -- TIME TESTED
08/16/2018 04:02 PM
We've dubbed it the “the smiling house.” On my family's regular route through the Sandhills, there's a lonely old place; rain and time have left the wood devoid of color.

YON NAMED SOUTH CAROLINA FARMER OF THE YEAR
08/16/2018 04:01 PM
Kevin and Lydia Yon had three children under the age of 6 when they took a leap of faith and bought 100 acres in rural Ridge Spring, South Carolina. Not that the kids were the most useful farmhands back then.

IMPORTANT TO PLAN FOR NEXT GENERATION
08/15/2018 04:39 PM
As the most populous generation in United States history (commonly referred to as the baby boomer generation) ages into retirement and their elder years, the need to plan for the transfer of their wealth to the next generation becomes more important.

IT'S THE PITTS -- HE/SHE COWPEOPLES
08/14/2018 10:59 AM
If I may be permitted to do so, I'd like to come to the defense of one of my favorite places on earth: the wonderful state of Wyoming.

GOOD FEED MANAGEMENT HELPS PREVENT WEAK CALVES
08/13/2018 04:20 PM
Weak calves can result from multiple factors, but weather and inadequate nutrition are at the top of the list of causes.

HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- DEMAND UNDERPINS MARKETS SO FAR
08/10/2018 03:17 PM
Wherever cattle prices go through the second half of the year, they're starting from a higher point than many expected amid the long anticipated and feared bulge in summer fed cattle supplies.

AUBURN TO HOST BEEF CATTLE PRODUCER CONFERENCE
07/27/2018 04:54 PM
Cow-calf producers across the state will gain valuable insight on how to overcome challenges in the cattle business during the Auburn University Department of Animal Sciences' 2018 Beef Cattle Conference Saturday, Aug. 18, 8 a.m.-3 p.m., at the Ham Wilson Livestock Arena at 650 S. Donahue Drive in Auburn.

BEEF LEADERS INSTITUTE INSPIRES YOUNG PRODUCERS
07/19/2018 10:55 AM
Nearly 25 American Angus Association® members traveled from multiple states for an in-depth cattle industry tour through the Beef Leaders Institute (BLI).

HEAT STRESS CAN IMPACT REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE
07/16/2018 05:49 PM
Many cattle producers are changing their calving season to late spring/early summer instead of late winter, to get away from labor-intensive calving during cold weather.

CALF CASTRATION SHOULD BE DONE AT A YOUNG AGE
07/16/2018 05:49 PM
One of the questions that I hear the most concerning castration is; when should I castrate my calves Doc?

HORN FLIES CAN CAUSE BIG PROBLEMS FOR PRODUCERS
07/16/2018 05:48 PM
Horn flies are little bugs that can cause big trouble for beef producers. Wet and mild conditions this spring made for ideal breeding conditions for horn flies and, as temperatures rose in May, they showed up quickly in full force.

HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- LOTS OF GENETIC OPPORTUNITY REMAINS
07/16/2018 05:47 PM
Peruse the genetic evaluation of any widely-used beef breed today. Genetic progress over time, for some traits, is nothing short of remarkable.



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Breeds Board ? Re: New purchase
Took some photos in the daylight.



The new mom is doing a good job. Very loving and quiet. Really happy that bought her. She has aborted around two months after AI last year for our neighbour, but I ...

Tips 'n Tricks ? Re: getting a reading on a fence, with charger unplugged
Chris H wrote:
JW IN VA wrote:Two things jump out from your reply.One,the lines in proximity to each other and the overhead line.I am still thinking stray voltage or ground issue.If the electrician ...

Beginners Board ? Re: How to castrate in a one man operation?
Brute 23 wrote:
Son of Butch wrote:You're right......... feeding out steers is just a fad.


Is that your diversion from answering the real question? If you don't know its ok to say that.

Actually his q...

Every Thing Else Board ? Re: Anything worth seeing between MN and AR
I?ve never traveled from that direction but I?ve been to Crater of Diamonds 3 times with the family when the kids were younger and we lived in Texas. We always loved it! Never got rich but it was f...

Breeds Board ? Re: Goodbye Gimli
Bright Raven wrote:
My project as a college sophomore in Comparative Anatomy was the complete reconstruction of a cow skeleton. I took a long piece of rebar and strung each vertebra onto the rebar...



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