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Jul 25, 2016

3 ways animal rights activists have been targeting you this summer3

Animal rights activists have been busy this summer -- targeting drivers on roadways, attendees at the Republican National Convention and even FFA....More
Jul 20, 2016

Keep your family, pets & cattle safe in the heat

Beat the heat with these safety tips for kids, cattle and pets....More
Jul 20, 2016

4 grilling tips from the pros

Want to achieve the perfect grill? Try these tips from the pros to prepare a steakhouse quality steak....More
Jul 19, 2016

Farmer suicide rates higher than veterans’1

Suicide rates among farmers are the highest of any occupation, even veterans....More
Jul 18, 2016

How many generations are still involved on your ranch?

Is the senior generation still involved in your family ranch? This week’s poll wants to know!....More
Jul 14, 2016

3 tips to avoid early embryonic loss in cattle

Minimize these three stressors in order to avoid early embryonic loss in cattle this summer....More
Jul 13, 2016

Let’s eat beef: Red meat isn’t horrible, nor is it the enemy2

From an article titled, “Meat is horrible” last week, to one titled, “Red meat is not the enemy” this week, here is what producers need to know about....More
Jul 12, 2016

Nation in crisis: It’s time to get back to our roots1

As the nation continues to face turmoil and unrest, maybe it’s time we all get back to our roots, where hard manual work and a respect for all of God....More
Jul 11, 2016

3 tips for marketing calves this fall

It may only be the second week in July, but it’s never too early to start thinking about best strategies for marketing calves this fall. Here are....More
Jul 07, 2016

Weeds & poor water quality can lead to herd health concerns

Noxious weeds and poor water quality can lead to herd health issues; here's what you need to know to avoid troubles during the hot, dry summer....More
Jul 06, 2016

4 facts to debunk “Meat is horrible” article3

An article titled, “Meat is horrible” recently appeared in The Washington Post. Here are four beef facts to serve as a rebuttal to this negative....More
Jul 05, 2016

4 facts about millennial barbecues

What’s the cost of an American barbecue in 2016? It depends. If you’re a millennial, it might cost a lot more than the traditional backyard grill out....More
Jul 04, 2016

Political musings from a cattle rancher on Independence Day5

As we celebrate the land of the free and the home of the brave, BEEF Daily Editor Amanda Radke also weighs in on the nation’s current problems and....More
Jun 30, 2016

3 key principles for summer grazing management1

Want to extend the life of your summer pastures? Here are three grazing management principles to follow....More
Jun 29, 2016

8 resources to combat negative assumptions about grain-fed beef

An op-ed column featured in the LA Times slams feedlots and conventional beef production. Here are eight resources to help set the record straight....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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