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Dec 01, 2016

What makes a strong ag narrative?

What does it take to have a good narrative with a consumer? Here are some talking points to include in your next dialogue about ag....More
Nov 30, 2016

All eyes on Cuba in wake of Fidel Castro’s death2

In the wake up Fidel Castro’s death, U.S. agriculture is left waiting to learn what future trade relations with Cuba will look like under President-....More
Nov 29, 2016

3 questions to ask when crunching production numbers

With sluggish markets, cow-calf producers are facing razor thin margins. Here are three resources to help crunch numbers to help stay in the green....More
Nov 28, 2016

Is the Russian beef production model our future?4

As Russia tries to emulate the U.S. beef production system, is the American cowboy at risk here in the States?....More
Nov 24, 2016

Giving Thanks Part 2: Grateful for rural America1

Happy Thanksgiving from the ranch. Today, we’re counting the reasons why we are thankful, grateful and blessed to live in rural America....More
Nov 23, 2016

Giving Thanks Part 1: Showing gratitude to our military1

As Thanksgiving approaches, consider sending a letter of gratitude to a veteran....More
Nov 22, 2016

3 keys to winter supplementation

Winter is here. Is your supplementation program up to snuff?....More
Nov 21, 2016

5 beef recipes for Thanksgiving

Move over turkey; beef is taking over Thanksgiving! Here are five beef recipes to add to your holiday menus this year....More
Nov 17, 2016

4 tips to winterize the ranch before blizzards hit1

Winter weather is just around the corner. Is your ranch ready?....More
Nov 16, 2016

Where is the protection for ranchers in North Dakota pipeline protest?5

It’s time for President Obama to end the madness in North Dakota and stop the violence and destruction happening at the hands of pipeline protesters....More
Nov 15, 2016

Is disposition the biggest reason to cull a cow?4

Which traits are most important to you when determining which cows get to stay in the herd and which ones must head to town?....More
Nov 14, 2016

Cattle, politics & seizing new opportunities with President Trump2

The next 100 days are critical for the beef cattle industry; here’s what ranchers need to do to ensure industry issues are best addressed in a Trump....More
Nov 10, 2016

Mainstream media slams flyover states as rural voters unite to elect Trump5

Media pundits are flabbergasted about Donald Trump’s victory and slammed the rural American voters who helped him take the White House....More
Nov 09, 2016

3 things to know in cattle share agreements to avoid problems

Downward movement in the cattle market continues to plague ranchers; it might be time to reevaluate cow-calf share and cash lease agreements to make....More
Nov 08, 2016

HSUS pushes legislation; lays off employees

HSUS lays off 10% of employees but remains busy lobbying against animal agriculture in Massachusetts and Oklahoma....More

Amanda Radke

Amanda Radke is a fifth generation rancher from Mitchell, S.D., who has dedicated her career to serving as a voice for the nation’s beef producers. A 2009 graduate of South Dakota State...
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