BEEF Daily has no blog entries for this date: 2012-5-30

Most Recent Blog Posts

Jul 11, 2012

Sale Barns Are A Place Of Industry Vulnerability9

It’s every livestock producer’s worst nightmare -- a hidden video camera revealing a bad day. Even if it’s not animal abuse as producers define it,....More
Jul 10, 2012

Musings While Tinning The Barn Roof1

I don’t think there is anything more symbolic in agriculture than an old red barn. Take a drive through the countryside and you’ll see barns....More
Jul 09, 2012

Wheat Harvest In Full Swing3

The wheat turned a golden shade of brown, and was ripe for harvest this week. We rent some of our ground to Upland Colony, and they invited me to....More
Jul 04, 2012

The West Wasn’t Won On A Salad3

One of my favorite bumper stickers reads, “Because The West Wasn’t Won On A Salad, Beef It’s What’s For Dinner.” Aside from taking a jab at....More
Jul 03, 2012

What’s Your Favorite Part Of Ranching?4

There are six of us involved in my family’s cattle operation, and each individual is unique in what they like best about the beef business. This....More
Jul 03, 2012

What’s On Your Independence Day Menu?1

Did you know July is National Hot Dog Month? The National Hot Dog and Sausage Council (NHDSC) has announced a new slogan to kick off the celebration....More
Jul 02, 2012

Let’s Give Bank Of America The Facts About HSUS38

It’s long past due that I blog about the latest corporation to endorse the Humane Society of the U.S. (HSUS). Bank of America is now offering a new....More
Jun 27, 2012

Exports Are Key To Rancher Success1

On Wednesday, I attended the 2012 Governor’s Ag Development Summit in Pierre, SD. The annual conference focuses on identifying key issues facing....More
Jun 27, 2012

What’s Your Legacy?7

My great-grandpa LeRoy Wienk was an only child. Leroy and his new wife, my great-grandma Francis, purchased a farm near Lake Preston, SD, and raised....More
Jun 26, 2012

Let’s Talk Ranch Chores4

The things-to-do list on a ranch is never-ending. There’s always fence to fix; weeds to spray; hay to cut, bale, stack and move; feed to grind; bills....More
Jun 25, 2012

What Does Your AI Set-Up Look Like?4

I received a call last Friday morning from my friend Paul, who lives a mile north of us on Upland Colony, a Hutterite community. He invited me to....More
Jun 21, 2012

Rachael Ray’s Book On Burgers Renews Old Classic6

I got a text last night from a dear friend and fellow Limousin breeder from Colorado, Cassidy Woodard. She asked me if I had seen the June issue of....More
Jun 20, 2012

Remember We’re In The Business Of Raising Beef3

A few years ago, I judged a speech contest at a junior national show. After each presentation, the judges were allowed to ask questions. For each....More
Jun 19, 2012

How Is Your Hay Season Going?6

Hay season is off to a great start for my family, with a first-cutting nearly complete. We are busy stacking and moving round bales, and we have....More
Jun 18, 2012

Raising Kids In Ag & Building For The Future4

I was recently reminded of a quote by Theodore Roosevelt. Our former president once said, “I do not believe there was ever a life more attractive....More
Contributors

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...
What's BEEF Daily?

BEEF Daily Blog is produced by rancher Amanda Radke, one of the U.S. beef industry’s top social media “agvocates.”

Subscribe to BEEF Daily
Blog Archive

Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×