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Nov 24, 2014

5 Tips On How To Include A Family Member With Memory Issues At Thanksgiving3

Ranching families typically consist of multiple generations. As the eldest generation ages, challenges can sometimes follow. Dementia expert Kerry....More
Nov 20, 2014

3 Positive Reads About People Fighting Hunger1

It’s estimated that one in four children, and one in eight adults, in the U.S. go to bed hungry at night. While food production isn’t an issue in the....More
Nov 19, 2014

5 Good Reads Addressing Concerns About Antibiotics In Animal Agriculture

An article claiming antibiotic use in animal agriculture is causing people to gain weight has gone viral online. Today’s blog addresses the....More
Nov 18, 2014

3 Questions To Ask About The “Humanely Raised” Meat Label13

A consumer survey shows 94.9% of Americans are very concerned about farm animal welfare, and 74% would pay more for a humanely raised food label....More
ranching as a family -- tips for success
Nov 17, 2014

5 Tips For Success In The Family Business1

Ranching is oftentimes a family business. Here are five tips to a successful business and happy family from Henry Hutcheson, author of “Dirty Little....More
Nov 13, 2014

Meet The 5 Readers Who Win Prizes On Today’s Blog!

The word “home” conjures up a lot of different sentiments among ranchers. To some it’s spending time with the family. For others its working cattle,....More
Nov 12, 2014

A Tribute To David Stoecklein: PLUS: Win A Stoecklein Coffee Table Book2

Today we say goodbye to ranch photographer David R. Stoecklein; plus, we will honor him tomorrow by giving away three of his coffee table books....More
Nov 11, 2014

5 Steps To Winterize The Ranch1

Winter seems to be giving some ranchers an early taste this year. It’s a good reminder to all ranchers to get things winterized before winter weather....More
Nov 10, 2014

4 Ways To Fight Food Insecurity In America1

A new children’s book addresses the issue of food insecurity and reminds all of us to donate our time, talents and treasure this holiday season to....More
Nov 06, 2014

15 Finalists In The “Home Is Where You Hang Your Hat” Photo Contest Announced4

Greeley Hat Works is offering two hats, one each to the champion and reserve champion photographers, in the contest, “Home is where you hang your hat....More
Nov 05, 2014

Cattleman’s Advice To Youth Should Be Passed On To Our Newly Elected Officials4

John Boddicker, American Maine Anjou Association, recently offered some advice to youth meat judgers. In my opinion, his words should be shared with....More
Nov 04, 2014

6 Ways To Use The UNL Corn Stalk Grazing Calculator1

Use this UNL Corn Stalk Grazing Calculator to estimate the number of grazing days a field holds, the cost, potential gains, and more....More
Nov 03, 2014

3 Beef Headlines: Mixed Messages About Beef & A Look At Beef Prices & Cuts

This week’s beef headlines look at beef prices, choosing the right beef cut, and how to address misconceptions about beef....More
Oct 30, 2014

Home Is Where You Hang Your Hat; PLUS: 5 Things I Love About My Home

BEEF magazine and Greeley Hat Works have teamed up to host the “Home Is Where You Hang Your Hat” photo contest. Plus, BEEF Daily Editor Amanda Radke....More
Oct 29, 2014

6 Factors To Evaluate The Nutrition In Your Forage Supply1

Winter is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to round up hay to get through the cold long months. Whether you bale your own or purchase....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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