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Unstoppable Steer for sale

Author: Kristy

This Unstoppable steer is one to buy if you are serious about a state fair. He has that great fat steer look, bone and hair but is still green. He is bred the way a state... More

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Jesse James x Monopoly Feb17 heifer calf FOR SALE FROM DAVID BRADFORD

Author: Kristy

Raised by Zach Bradford. Call me for details on this outstanding prospect. She is the real deal. HUGE potential in this female. And baby tame. Her mother was a multiple time champion market heifer in 2012. David... More

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Feeder Cattle Show Resilience, Fed Cattle Lower

Author: Kristy

MAY 30, 2014 By: Greg Henderson, Beef Today Editorial Director Stocker and feeder markets continued to show strength in the fact of seasonal trends that suggest the market should move lower. The holiday-shortened week produced a light run of... More

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Go check out Show Ring & Cowgirl Bling Livestock jewelry for some beautiful livestock jewelry!

Author: Kristy

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Another evening breeding cows to “Lautner Bulls” . Thanks again for the air freshener.

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I-80 x Invincible Steer Raised by Smith Family Cattle. Sells in September on Schable & Smith Show Cattle Pro Tour Sale.

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BLM deal lets Nevada grazing continue, for now

Author: Kristy

Scott Sonner, Associated Press  |  Updated: 05/30/2014 The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has agreed to let ranchers continue grazing cattle and sheep on more than 300 square miles of northern Nevada rangeland as long as lingering drought conditions... More

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Cattleman Tells Congress EPA’s Land Grab will Kill Conservation Participation

Author: Kristy

MAY 30, 2014 By: News Release The EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers’ proposed definition of “Waters of the U.S.” has raised grave concern from cattle producers across the country. Yesterday, Jack Field, cattle rancher and... More

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The gross income for cattle and calves in the United States in 2013 was $69.2 billion.

Author: Kristy

Highlights The gross income for cattle and calves in the United States in 2013 was $69.2 billion. Nebraska had the highest gross income for cattle and calves in the United States followed by Texas and Kansas in 2013. Nebraska... More

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I don’t always breed my heifers clubby, but when I do I prefer him- From Zach Post

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Texas 4-H/FFA Announces Statewide Heifer Validation Program for 4-H & FFA

Author: Kristy

Texas 4-H & FFA have announced a new validation program for 4-H youth interested in exhibiting heifers at major livestock shows.  Here are a few important points to keep in mind that describe the purpose of... More

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Lessons Learned from a Winter of Discontent

Author: Kristy

MAY 29, 2014 By: University News Release Cattle producers are finally getting some relief from the especially long, cold and wet winter. “Shakespeare must have been thinking about caring for beef cattle this past winter when he coined those words... More

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Warm Weather Ahead: Is Your Calf Starter on Par?

Author: Kristy

MAY 29, 2014 By: News Release After one of the coldest winters in recent history, calf raisers may have learned a thing or two about how a calf’s environment affects energy demands. As the temperatures rise and we head... More

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Are You a “Committed” Producer?

Author: Kristy

John F. Grimes, OSU Extension Beef Coordinator Do you ever ask yourself why you are involved in the beef cattle industry as a producer? Of course, the logical answer is that you raise beef cattle as a primary... More

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AgriTalk: Food in Trash Does Not Help Child Nutrition

Author: Kristy

MAY 29, 2014 By: AgriTalk AgriTalk Radio host Mike Adams criticized First Lady Michelle Obama on Wednesday for pushing forward strict school nutrition regulations while ignoring calls for more flexibility from school nutrition professionals. “More food winding up in the... More

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Johns Cattle Co Memory Maker Online Sale-bidding begins today

Author: Kristy

CLICK HERE FOR SALE Offering: Steer Ear Tag: 708 Sire: Bojo Dam: 708 (DCC The Man Son) Breed: Cross D.O.B: 10/28/13 Video: Video Coming Soon Comments: This steer is a full brother to the calf campaigned by the Tharp Family. He is the same... More

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Yellow Jacket X Milkman bull calf -from Joshua Kastel

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2014 COLORADO STATE FAIR JUDGES ANNOUNCED

Author: Kristy

The Showtimes Magazine is excited to announce the 2014 Colorado State Fair judges!  This is a tentative list that is subject to change without notice. Don’t miss the Colorado State Fair August 22nd – September 1st.

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Two Alabama Men Arrested in Cattle Thefts

Author: Kristy

MAY 28, 2014 By: Associated Press DeKalb County sheriff’s officials say two men accused of stealing dozens of cows from eastern Alabama farms have been arrested. Sheriff Jimmy Harris says 31-year-old Eddie Ray Fulmer of Albertville and 28-year-old David Grant... More

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Beef Market Highlights: Holding Steady

Author: Kristy

MAY 28, 2014 By: University News Release Fed cattle market is on a slight decline while other markets hold steady. By: Andrew Griffith, University of Tennessee FED CATTLE: Fed cattle traded $2 lower on a live basis compared to last week. Prices... More

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$80,000 worth of cattle missing in Alabama

Author: Kristy

  With beef prices soaring, the last thing producers need is someone going around stealing cattle. One Alabama farm is facing that nightmare. After counting and recounting, the Buttram family of Dekalb County is missing 23 cows and... More

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October Heat Wave x Ali- from Kyle Criner

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Lautner Farms Online Semen Sale- bidding GOING ON NOW

Author: Kristy

CLICK HERE FOR ENTIRE SALE  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... More

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BEEF …

Author: Kristy

The beef industry assembly line Laura Mushrush, Assistant Editor, Drovers CattleNetwork  |  Updated: 05/27/2014 The past few weeks I have been fortunate to spend time in numerous segments of the beef industry – from seedstock operations, a research herd, feedlot,... More

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Ag graduates are hitting paydirt

Author: Kristy

More graduates are walking out of college and into a job in their field In Iowa, it appears college grads who are pursuing careers in agriculture are having the best luck finding work. (Jens Schott Knudsen, Flickr... More

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