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Dec 28, 2009

Ranch Essentials: Gloves, Coveralls, Long Johns and Face Masks

Well, we had a less than typical Christmas weekend as the blizzard blew its way across the South Dakota prairie, but the wind has died down and the....More
Dec 24, 2009

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

South Dakota is in a state of emergency as this blizzard moves its way across the Great Plains. For many, that means extra chores, lots of scooping....More
Dec 23, 2009

Cowboy Christmas Photography Contest Grand Prize Winners!

Yesterday afternoon was busy spent outside trying to make last minute preparations to winterize our operation before the big blizzard hits today and....More
Dec 22, 2009

Carrie HSUS Underwood Engaged to Hunting, Hockey Player

I know I'm starting to sound like a tabloid with headlines like today's blog post, and I promise this is the last time I will write about any....More
Dec 21, 2009

Don Stewart Opines on COOL

Without a doubt, Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) has been a hot topic of debate amongst cattle producer groups, processors and retailers. In a....More
Dec 17, 2009

'Just One Nut Case With A Blog'

To wrap up the week, I thought I would share a blog entry from the Vegetarian Star that might pique your interest. Of course, from the title of the....More
Dec 16, 2009

Runner's World Gives Meat, Cheese Two Thumbs Up!

Being a runner, I subscribe to several magazines on the subject, including the popular Runner's World. Because of the extreme South Dakota cold....More
Dec 15, 2009

Top 10 Finalists: Cowboy Christmas Photography Contest

It's what you've all been waiting for - the finalists for the Cowboy Christmas Photography Contest have been selected, and it's your turn to weigh in....More
Dec 14, 2009

Economic Outlook and Feeding in the Midwest

It seems everyone in agriculture these days is speculating about when the industry will make a turn for the better. While beef cattle experts and....More
Dec 10, 2009

Don't Blame Cows for Climate Change

Well here is a refreshing statement: "Smarter animal farming, not less farming, will equal less heat. Producing less meat and milk will only mean....More
Dec 09, 2009

"Even Animal Activists Should Be Thanking Farmers"

As I research and explore this so-called "war" that animal rights activists have declared against animal agriculture, I ran across an interesting....More
Dec 08, 2009

Farmers and Ranchers, Real Role Models For America

She may be crooning great songs on country radio these days, but Carrie "HSUS" Underwood is no friend to animal agriculture. Yesterday, my sister....More
Dec 07, 2009

A Beef Packer's Point of View

The beef industry chain is a diverse mix that spans from the rugged cowboy at a cow/calf operation, to the stocker and feeder, to the processing....More
Dec 03, 2009

Exploring New Opportunities For Young Producers

Well, I'm up bright and early this morning to get this blog posted before I head back to Sioux Falls, S.D. for another great day at the 61st Annual S....More
Dec 02, 2009

Agriculture Appreciation Day Is Every Day At BEEF Daily

The things-to-do list for a food producer is seemingly endless: wean the calves, pregnancy-check the cows, give proper vaccinations, get the calves....More
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