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J/D CATTLE COMPANY ONLINE SALE 9/29

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Be sure to save the dates this fall! We promise from top to bottom this will be one of the best sets to sell this fall across the country. Be sure to make it to Laingsburg MI and pick out your next winner

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Call and order today from Lautner Farms! 800-515-3284

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ownership facts on the greatest sires in america!

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Junior Livestock Shows

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Lautner Farms Proven Colored genetics! Call today-800-515-3284

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STOLTZ EXOTICS, 42ND TRADITIONAL CONTINUES PRIVATE TREATY SALE-SEP. 20TH

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Adam White Pasture Sale- Sept 21st

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Grand Champion Prospect Heifer Afton Open Prospect Show, Afton, Iowa.

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She sells as Lot 3 in the Showman’s Choice Sale on Sept 13th. Sired by I-80. Raised by Mittag Show Cattle.

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Lautner Farms Online Semen Sale-AUGUST 5TH

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Offering: Semen
# of Units: 3
Bull Name: Original Monopoly
Comments: Needs no introduction with over 75 Grand and Reserve Grand Champions that have come out of both the steer and heifer rings this past year!
Seller : Lautner Farms
Name: Phil Lautner
Phone: 1-800-515-3284
Location: Adel, IA

Offering: Semen
# of Units: 10
Bull Name: Dakota Gold
Comments: TH & PHA Free
Seller : Lautner Farms
Name: Phil Lautner
Phone: 1-800-515-3284
Location: Adel, IA

Offering: Semen
# of Units: 10
Bull Name: Unstoppable
Seller : Lautner Farms
Name: Phil Lautner
Phone: 1-800-515-3284
Location: Adel, IA

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Grand Champion Steer , Dubuque Co Open show – from Kevin Knapp

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Congratulations Molly Mormann with her Monopoly steer.Sold by Knapp Cattle

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Grand Market Animal Story County Fair Sire Monopoly

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Garrett Longnecker
Sold By Derek Kennedy & Phil Halbach

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Reserve Champion Steer Marshall County Fair, WV. Sired by Heat wave. Sent in from Wade Lucey.

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new sires from Lautner Farms! Call & order today! 800-515-3284

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Come check out this years sale calves! Sale is September 5-6 weekend- from Miller Show Cattle

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Offering up our greatest sires to you! Call and order today! 800-515-3284

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Streitmatter Show Cattle Mark you calendars for September 13th… This is an offering you won’t want to miss!

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BSC OPEN HOUSE-NOVEMBER 7&8, ONLINE SALE NOV. 10TH

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Prayers for this little guy and his family

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sent in from Nick Weaver!

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MONOPOLY 5 STEER Sells Sept.14 @ WEAVER SHOW CATTLE Moville, IA Nick Weaver 712-870-1634

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I-80 HEIFER Sells Sept.14 @ WEAVER SHOW CATTLE Moville, IA Nick Weaver 712-870-1634

I-80 HFR

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Understanding the intensive in intensive grazing

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By Bruce Anderson, University of Nebraska- Lincoln Extension

Management-intensive Grazing and other intensive grazing systems have been promoted for quite a few years but what does the word intensive mean when it is used with grazing?

What do you think of when you hear the phrase ‘intensive grazing’? Many small pastures with lots of fencing? Moving animals to new pastures almost daily or even several times each day? Lots of animals completely grazing small areas before moving to fresh pasture?

Most folks don’t fully understand what the word ‘intensive’ refers to when used with grazing. It’s not intensive fencing. It’s not intensive labor or intensive animal movement. And it’s especially not intensive defoliation. Intensive is all about management.

Management can’t happen unless there is a goal or objective. Or more likely, several objectives. Many advisors classify goals in three main categories. They include financial/economic goals, lifestyle/quality of life goals, and environmental/landscape goals. A timeframe also should be included within all goals. After all, actions that might maximize production or profit today or this year could result in pasture degradation and/or financial losses in the future.

Begin by deciding your goals and what you want to accomplish with your grazing. Profit, workload, sustainability, family participation, and other factors all might influence the decisions, actions, and methods you use to accomplish these goals.

Management is how you control the resources you have available. When you have only one pasture, you have little control of where and when animals graze. This one pasture could be intensively managed by controlling the number of animals placed in the pasture, when they are allowed in, and when they are removed. This placement of animals could be repeated many times throughout the year if that would allow you to meet your goals.

Even greater control, though, might be accomplished by dividing your grazing land into many smaller pieces or paddocks. But most important is how you manage the grazing of each individual small paddock as well as combine all the small pastures into one management unit.

One of the bigger mistakes many people make is to think that intensive grazing means you should graze each small pasture real short before moving to the next pasture. Sometimes severe or short grazing may be appropriate, but more often than not we want more grass leaves left behind after a move so it will regrow faster and be ready for another grazing sooner. Thus, it’s the intensity of your management that enables you to meet your grazing goals.

Intensive grazing is a great tool when used correctly. Remember – it is management, not the defoliation, that is intensive.

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funny sign of the day

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Thank you for you commitment to our country!!

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A 98-year-old WWII veteran passes away the way he wanted, with his wife by his side and dressed in his army uniform. This picture of Justus Belfield saluting was taken yesterday before he died. He served our country for 17 years.

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This little heifer we found out behind the barn. She’s an I-80 out of a Monopoly heifer.-Shared from Deron Johns

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shared from Carl Venable

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These monopoly grand daughter are really good mommas. This is a boardwalk daughter. She is 3 and milking way beyond expectation. GAME ON heifer nursing at one day of age. Lots of females but i am liking it.

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