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Jan 19, 2012

You Call Checking Cows A Date Night?31

I learned a lot about love and marriage from my parents. After 26 years of marriage, their love is still very evident. They laugh together, go on....More
Jan 18, 2012

Let Kids Cowboy Up!12

Values of hard work, responsibility, animal welfare and environmental stewardship are instilled in kids at a young age....More
Jan 17, 2012

Spin The Wheel For Beef1

Wheel Of Fortune is an iconic television game show with a viewing audience of more than 26 million people daily. When Bob and Nancy Montross,....More
Jan 16, 2012

Wine And Dine With Beef3

Pairing wine with beef is considered both simple and elegant, and although fewer Americans are dining at restaurants in this tight economy, this meal....More
Jan 13, 2012

Welcome To The New & Improved BEEF Website15

Welcome to the new BEEF magazine website! I hope you like the new look and that you find the site easy to navigate through. As always, we will....More
Jan 12, 2012

Saying Thanks, One Ribeye At A Time

In this world, there are heroes, and there are terrorists. This blog post has both, and while bad news always supersedes a positive headline in....More
Jan 11, 2012

How HSUS Uses Social Media To Derail Ranchers

A wolf in sheep’s clothing, the Humane Society of the U.S. (HSUS) is PETA’s sophisticated, smooth, well-oiled, well-versed cousin....More
Jan 10, 2012

Forget Facebook FarmVille, Explore Checkoff Cow Chow Game

In college, my roommates used to waste countless hours playing FarmVille on Facebook. Basically, the game simulates what farming and ranching is like....More
Jan 09, 2012

Could A Widespread Drought Be Next in 2012?

There’s no doubt about it: 2012 has been beautiful in the Midwest so far. Although many were disappointed not to have a white Christmas, our....More
Jan 05, 2012

Five Foods You Don't Have To Give Up This Year

“Are the bad foods really bad?” asks David Grotto, RD, LDN, for WebMD. It’s that time of year where people make New Year’s....More
Jan 04, 2012

McDonald's Features Real Ranchers In New Campaign1

A new McDonald’s ad campaign for 2012 features the real people who raise lettuce, potatoes and beef for the chain’s famous Big Macs and....More
Jan 03, 2012

Will Obama Be Remembered As President Beef?

Rare roast beef, burgers, petite filet, Texas and Nebraska Wagyu beef, dry-aged ribeye, tenderloin, ribeye roast, braised short ribs and brisket....More
Jan 02, 2012

Only 2% Of Americans Follow USDA My Plate Guidelines

More than 65% of Americans are considered overweight and obese, according to a study done by the NDP Group, a leading market research company....More
Dec 29, 2011

Cowboys To Kardashians: The Best Blogs Of 2011

Author Bill Vaughan once said, “An optimist stays up until midnight to see the new year in, while a pessimist stays up to make sure the old....More
Dec 28, 2011

Offer Advice For Young Ranchers And Win Beef Bucks

Sometimes I have to pinch myself to make sure my life isn’t a dream. I feel so fortunate to have a writing career that allows me to work....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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