There are hundreds of definitions for leadership. All of them have an element of accuracy that fit the current needs of leadership for a specific situation. Family businesses need a leader tha… Read more

Win cash prizes and claim bragging rights by entering the second annual Connor Agriscience / Sealpro® “You be the Judge” Forage Contest. Based off last year’s wildly successful World Ag Expo e… Read more

In the middle of winter, most of us yearn for longer days and more sunshine. As temperatures increase and opportunities to enjoy the outdoors expand, we find ourselves doing more and more outs… Read more

February release of USDA FAS data put a wrap on 2020, and what was a volatile year to say the least. Beef exports posted a nearly record high in December, lifting the annual total to only down… Read more

The USDA Cattle on Feed report was recently released which set total inventory levels on February 1, in feedlots of +1,000 head capacity, at 12.106 million head, 1.5% (178,000 head) above a ye… Read more

Many times when we think of cattle diseases we concentrate on infectious diseases caused by bacteria and viruses, or we may think of parasites such as worms, lice, and flies. But, it is import… Read more

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Cattle producers need to follow recommended livestock-care checklists to mitigate significant dangers that arctic blasts bring to animal health and production, said Oklahoma State University experts. Read more

The USDA NASS released the highly anticipated January 1 cattle inventory report last week, giving the cattle industry confirmation that the cattle cycle continues to contract. Beef cows were d… Read more

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Things will likely look quite different in the next four years as it pertains to legislative and regulatory issues. I’m writing this the day before the inauguration, and by the time this magaz… Read more

Winter in South Dakota is often not for the faint of heart, especially for livestock producers. The good news is that eventually there will be some signs of spring. The bad news is we there ar… Read more

Winter is here! As I write this, we have had some snow and freezing temperatures along with a healthy dose of mud, but the worst is yet to come. Some grazers may still be utilizing stockpiled … Read more

U.S. Sen. Roger Marshall was named to the U.S. Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee last week. Prior to being elected as a senator this past November, Marshall served on the Ag… Read more