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Dec 30, 2013

In 2014, Strive To Be The Kind Of Person Your Dog Thinks You Are

The turning of a new year is always a good time to rededicate ourselves to being better people. And what better place to start than those around you....More
Dec 23, 2013

Despite The Evidence, Greenpeace Plays The Grinch In 2013

Can things get any sadder than an environmental group forced to scare kids at Christmas?....More
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Dec 12, 2013

True Or False: Animal Agriculture Uses 80% Of All Antibiotics

Animal agriculture is often accused of misusing and overusing antibiotics. Is it true?....More
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Dec 09, 2013

Doctors, Mothers Responsible For Antibiotic Resistant Bugs

Antibiotics are essential for human health and animal health alike. But antibiotic resistant pathogens will only be managed if everyone--cattlemen,....More
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Dec 03, 2013

4 Tips To Cut Your Winter Feeding Bill

Winter feed accounts for half of the annual cost of keeping a beef cow. Here are tips to minimize hay waste and maximize feed value....More
ethanol consequences for beef producers
Nov 26, 2013

Death And Destruction Show Green Energy Isn’t So Green

While hydraulic fracturing for natural gas is demonized, less efficient energy development cause animal death and destruction that largely goes....More
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Nov 19, 2013

3 Lessons From A Greenpeace Dropout

Dr. Patrick Moore, the former president of Greenpeace and self-proclaimed Greenpeace dropout, explains his idea of a sensible environmentalist. Here....More
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Nov 11, 2013

Top Tips To Keep The Grim Reaper At Bay

You no doubt have a lot on your plate, but keeping yourself healthy is crucial to being able to work on the operation, or even enjoy the work. Here....More
Nov 05, 2013

Horse Slaughter, Horse Welfare A Victim of Legal Maneuvering

In a surprise ruling, a New Mexico judge threw HSUS out of court and allowed horse slaughter in the U.S to resume. Will the amount of harm and abuse....More
Oct 28, 2013

Flip Through The Pages Of BEEF -- Digitally

One of the perks of being a reader of beefmagazine.com is that you get the latest news first; new research or cattle market analysis is always a....More
Oct 21, 2013

Donate Now To South Dakota's Rancher Relief Fund

The South Dakota Rancher Relief Fund has been established to provide assistance to livestock producers impacted by the storm....More
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Oct 10, 2013

Ranchers Will Prevail After Winter Storm Atlas Devastates Cattle Herd

It's easy to shrug your shoulders and say the recent blizzard that hit South Dakota, Nebraska and Wyoming was just another natural disaster....More
Oct 08, 2013

Stoke Up The RFS Pressure

“ … In the seven years since the policy was enacted, the RFS has failed to meet its goals of protecting the environment and reducing dependence on....More
chinese beef market
Oct 01, 2013

Chinese Beef Market Surging; U.S. Locked Out

The North American Meat Association (NAMA)reported this week that Canadian beef exports to China totaled 10,088 tons for the first half of this....More
government shutdown looms closer
Sep 30, 2013

What Will A Government Shutdown Do To U.S. Farm Economy?

Will Congress manage to avoid a government shutdown? If they don't manage to pass a spending bill by midnight tonight, here's what you can expect to....More
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Joe Roybal

Joe is a native of South Dakota and a graduate of South Dakota State University with a degree in journalism. He worked as a daily newspaper reporter and photographer before doing a six-year stint...

Burt Rutherford

Burt has nearly 30 years’ experience communicating about beef industry issues. A Colorado native and graduate of Colorado State University with a degree in agricultural journalism, he now...
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