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BeefTalk: Frame Score 3 May Calves Put 1,400 pounds of Beef on the Rail   ( 2016-08-25 )
Smaller calves are marketable and acceptable.
BeefTalk: Dreams, Opportunity Make the Future   ( 2016-08-18 )
The world of beef has room for more dreams.
BeefTalk: May Calves Put 1,610 Pounds of Beef on the Market   ( 2016-08-11 )
The goal is to produce beef at a cost that will provide a profit.
BeefTalk: Beef Production is Sustainable Grass Production   ( 2016-08-04 )
Beef producers need to think outside the box.
BeefTalk: The Future of Beef: We Need to Get it Right!   ( 2016-07-28 )
We need to guide beef production and other farm and ranch production into the future.
BeefTalk: Sustainable Soil and Integrated Beef Systems   ( 2016-07-21 )
Beef production needs to think outside the box.
BeefTalk: Tag Calves for Maximum Marketing Opportunities   ( 2016-07-14 )
No producer should be shut out of competitive bidding simply because the calves are not identified adequately.
BeefTalk: The Missing Sock   ( 2016-07-07 )
Successful beef operations are based on an attitude of “how can I help?”
BeefTalk: Commercial Beef Production Benchmarks for 2016   ( 2016-06-30 )
Achievable goals are the first steps toward improvement in a beef operation.
BeefTalk: Management and Genetics Make the Cow Whole   ( 2016-06-23 )
Good records help producers make good management decisions.
BeefTalk: Breeding Season is Long, so Keep a Good Eye on the Bull   ( 2016-06-16 )
Bulls need to be monitored throughout the breeding season.
BeefTalk: Proper Achievement of Immunity in Cattle a Good Goal   ( 2016-06-09 )
A good immune system protects cattle again disease-causing pathogens.
BeefTalk: The World Gives a Little, Takes a Little   ( 2016-06-02 )
Perhaps trying harder to understand the world in its entirety is enough for now.
BeefTalk: What Am I Doing?   ( 2016-05-26 )
Today’s youth are disconnected from life on the farm or ranch.
BeefTalk: Cut Expenses Smartly, Not Quickly   ( 2016-05-19 )
Don’t let knee-jerk reactions get in the way of good planning.
BeefTalk: Producers Worry, Calves Survive   ( 2016-05-12 )
Producers must provide the right care for their cattle to survive and thrive.
BeefTalk: Urgent: Obtain a Well-balanced Mineral Program With Magnesium Now!   ( 2016-05-05 )
Grass tetany is difficult to detect early, so make sure cows have sufficient supplementation.
BeefTalk: Farming, Ranching or Somewhere in Between   ( 2016-04-28 )
A successful land-based operation involves integrating crops and livestock.
BeefTalk: A Heads-up for a Dry Summer: Plan Forage Production Now   ( 2016-04-21 )
Take forage quality as well as quantity into account when deciding when to harvest.
BeefTalk: A Cow is Not a Cow, So Plan Now for Potential Summer Dryness   ( 2016-04-14 )
The key to managing drought is good cattle sorting and modified stocking rates.
Columns
2016 4-H State Fair Results: 4-H'ers Awarded for State Fair Static Exhibits  (2016-08-08)  Youth receive recognition for their exhibits in a number of categories.  FULL STORY
Spotlight on Economics: Spotlight on Economics: Further Declines in N.D. Cropland Values Likely  (2016-08-23)  A further decline in North Dakota cropland values will occur for the 2016 year. Will land values decline in 2017? Probably, although markets can change abruptly.   FULL STORY
BeefTalk: BeefTalk: Frame Score 3 May Calves Put 1,400 pounds of Beef on the Rail  (2016-08-25)  Smaller calves are marketable and acceptable.  FULL STORY
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare: Exploring Nutrition Along the Lewis and Clark Trail  (2016-08-25)  Corn and squash helped sustain Lewis and Clark during their winter in North Dakota.  FULL STORY
Small-business Savvy: Small-business Savvy: Identify Yourself as a Small-business Owner  (2016-08-18)  Small-business ownership is an attitude and an identity.  FULL STORY
 
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