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Apr 01, 2015

Who won the “Bellied up to the feedbunk” contest? PLUS: A sneak peak at what we’re working on in April

The voting is closed, and it’s time to announce the winners of the Greeley Hat Works “Bellied up to the feedbunk” photo contest. Plus, today’s blog....More
Mar 30, 2015

Last day to vote for the best “Bellied up to the feedbunk” photo; PLUS: 5 cattle nutrition resources

The BEEF Daily and Greeley Hat Works “Bellied up to the feedbunk” photo contest is wrapping up, and the champions will be announced tomorrow. However....More
Mar 30, 2015

3 ways to educate kids about where their food comes from

Today’s youth are four and five generations removed from the family farm; here are three ways ranchers can get involved in educating our nation’s....More
Mar 26, 2015

Study claims red meat triggers cancer; 5 resources say otherwise1

A University of California study claims red meat causes a toxic immune reaction that eventually leads to cancer. Here are five resources that say....More
Mar 25, 2015

15 “Bellied up to the feedbunk” photo contest finalists announced

Cattle nutrition has been the focus of the latest BEEF Daily and Greeley Hat Works photo contest. The theme is “Bellied up to the feedbunk,” and it’s....More
Mar 24, 2015

5 questions ranch families should ask before adding the next generation to the business

Ranching is a family business, but it isn’t always easy being in business with multiple generations and in-laws. Here are five questions ranching....More
Mar 23, 2015

3 ways to balance out the Meat Free Week conversations4

Vegan activists are promoting a “Meat Free Week” March 23-29, 2015. Here are three ways to balance out the conversation....More
Mar 19, 2015

Where’s the beef? Unless we act, it won’t be in American diets

The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee’s recommendation to avoid red meat is based on outdated nutritional science and an erroneous assumption....More
Mar 19, 2015

4 great ways ABC’s The Bachelor Chris Soules is putting ag in the national spotlight1

ABC’s The Bachelor Chris Soules is using his 15 minutes of fame as “Prince Farming” to be an advocate for agriculture. Here are four reasons to root....More
Mar 17, 2015

How does the beef checkoff help your ranching operation?

The national beef checkoff program, along with Yamaha, has launched a new Facebook contest. Weekly prizes will be awarded, with one winner claiming....More
Mar 17, 2015

4 ways to celebrate National Ag Day today!

Today is National Ag Day. Here are four ways to promote agriculture, celebrate the nation’s farmers and ranchers, have important discussions about....More
Mar 16, 2015

10 tips for keeping first-calf heifers in tip-top shape2

First-calf heifers require special management to maintain body condition scores, grow a healthy calf, and breed back. Here are 10 tips for keeping....More
Mar 12, 2015

SHARE this: 5 resources that debunk the red meat and cancer link1

The International Agency for Research on Cancer will soon be determining whether red meat and processed meats cause cancer. Labeling beef as a....More
Mar 10, 2015

7 questions ranchers should ask in any negotiation

More than land and cattle, ranching is a business. Become a better negotiator for your business dealings by utilizing these seven questions....More
Mar 10, 2015

Grab your camera! Enter our "Bellied Up To The Feedbunk" contest today

Send us your best photos of cattle bellied up to the feed bunk for a chance to win a Greeley Hat Works hat. Check out today’s blog for details on how....More

Amanda Radke

A fifth-generation rancher from Mitchell, SD, Amanda grew up on a purebred Limousin cattle operation in which she and husband Tyler are active. She graduated with a degree in agriculture journalism...
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