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Apr 20, 2015

4 things ranchers need to know about preventing & treating grass tetany

Spring grazing brings the potential for grass tetany in cattle. Grass tetany mostly impacts mature cattle grazing lush grasses and is caused by a....More
Apr 16, 2015

Grazing Series Part 3: Questions to ask before planting cover crops, alfalfa & perennial grasses on irrigated pastures1

Do cover crops pencil out? What should I plant in my irrigated pastures? Should I plant companion crops in new alfalfa stands? The third installment....More
Apr 15, 2015

3 articles that highlight the media's coverage of agriculture's water usage8

National coverage of the ongoing drought in California seems to be stoking consumer concern about water usage in food production, with beef being....More
Apr 14, 2015

4 tips to shorten your calving season2

A tight window for calving can result in a more uniform calf crop and enhanced price potential at sale time. Here are four management strategies to....More
Apr 13, 2015

13 game-changing advocates for ag; PLUS: My favorite beef bloggers

Great agricultural advocates are those individuals and organizations willing to step outside their comfort zone to promote the work of farmers and....More
Apr 08, 2015

10 negative reviews of the “Food Babe” worth reading & sharing2

The Food Babe continues to attack the food industry, but scientists are fighting back. Here are 10 reads about the Food Babe that show how she stokes....More
Apr 08, 2015

Grazing Series Part 2: Extensive vs. moderate grazing, effective cross-fencing & more2

Is it time to alter your grazing system? Here are three management systems to consider to get the most out of your pastures this summer....More
Apr 07, 2015

ACT NOW: One month left to let DGAC know beef belongs in a healthy diet

With one month left to comment on the proposed 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the industry is coordinating a positive response to spread the....More
Apr 06, 2015

6 ways the beef checkoff is encouraging consumers to take the 30 Day Protein Challenge

Forget the latest diet fad and try out the 30 Day Protein Challenge. Here are six ways the fun program is encouraging consumers (and ranchers, too)....More
Apr 02, 2015

Grazing Series Part 1: 3 tips for spring hay & pasture management

Don’t get too busy planting corn and soybeans and forget about managing your hay fields and pastures. Here are three tips to consider for best spring....More
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

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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