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BeefTalk: Market Cows and Bulls Rather Than Cull   ( 2018-09-20 )
No herd should have any cull cows or bulls.
BeefTalk: Cows as Combines   ( 2018-09-13 )
Fall aftermath grazing helps cows increase their conditioning and be better prepared for winter and next year’s calving and breeding.
BeefTalk: 2018 Cow-Calf Production Benchmarks   ( 2018-09-06 )
The number of pounds weaned per cow exposed to the bull topped 500 for the first time in six years.
BeefTalk: Economic Greats - 93 Percent of Cow’s Weight Harvested   ( 2018-08-30 )
The economics of the cow-calf business involve three very important economic drivers.
BeefTalk: What Can Sheep Teach Cows?   ( 2018-08-23 )
The fundamental key to profit and loss, whether from cattle or sheep, is controlling costs.
BeefTalk: Livestock Diversity a Good Thing   ( 2018-08-16 )
Livestock diversity provides the opportunity for additional revenue.
BeefTalk: Sheep and Cows: Some Do and Some Do Not   ( 2018-08-09 )
Sheep and cows are able to coexist.
BeefTalk: Let the Cow Save You Money and the Bull Make You Money   ( 2018-08-02 )
Efficient beef production starts when the bull mates with a cow and biological efficiency mates with economic efficiency.
BeefTalk: Cost Per Pound of Calf is Struggling   ( 2018-07-26 )
Cow-calf producers need to manage costs and production.
BeefTalk: Cow-calf Enterprise Expenses Are Up   ( 2018-07-19 )
Good business practices, an understanding of herd data and marketing skills are the cornerstones of a cow-calf operation.
BeefTalk: Is the Cow-Calf Enterprise Keeping Pace?   ( 2018-07-12 )
A review and understanding of past data can help determine the future of the beef industry.
BeefTalk: Future of Beef Revisited - Soil, Forage and Beef   ( 2018-07-05 )
The cow-calf business is not a simple business with cookie-cutter solutions.
BeefTalk: Future of Beef Revisited - Industry Integration   ( 2018-06-28 )
Today’s producers need to understand the challenges of the grass industry, the cow industry and the beef industry.
BeefTalk: Future of Beef Revisited - Global Competitiveness   ( 2018-06-21 )
Beef producers need to think globally.
BeefTalk: Future of Beef Revisited - Consumer Issues and Demand   ( 2018-06-14 )
Consumers have more opportunities to express their opinion about the food they buy and eat.
BeefTalk: How Many Cattle Should Go in the Pasture?   ( 2018-06-07 )
Setting the stocking rate is one of the most important decisions ranchers or land managers make.
BeefTalk: Future of Beef Revisited – Midsize Challenges   ( 2018-05-31 )
Small and midsized beef operations can find opportunities to profit.
BeefTalk: Future of Beef Revisited - Economics   ( 2018-05-24 )
The bottom line: Economic principles are driving the beef industry.
BeefTalk: Future of Beef Revisited   ( 2018-05-17 )
Managerial options need to be much broader and reflective of current worldwide consumer thinking.
BeefTalk: Pasturing - Get it Right   ( 2018-05-10 )
Cattle grazing is not simply opening a gate and herding a group of cows into the pasture.
Columns
Spotlight on Economics: Spotlight on Economics: Health and Environmental Concerns of Indiscriminate GMO Adoption in Agriculture  (2018-09-19)  Producers need to keep an eye on scientific developments in agriculture and international health and food policies.  FULL STORY
BeefTalk: BeefTalk: Market Cows and Bulls Rather Than Cull  (2018-09-20)  No herd should have any cull cows or bulls.  FULL STORY
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare: I’m Spillin’ the Beans  (2018-09-20)  Dry edible beans are nutritious and have several health benefits.  FULL STORY
 
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