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Teaching Materials & Handouts - Hughes

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These are overheads and teaching materials that Prof. Hughes uses in invited talks and presentations across the Northern Plains and Canada. They will be of most interest to Prof. Hughes' professional colleagues across the country, but anyone is welcome to peruse them and to use them.

For explanation of the materials, come to one of Prof. Hughes' sessions. To find out more, e-mail him at harlan.hughes@gte.net.

Note: These require Adobe Acrobat Reader, a free download

A Cattle Cycle's Changing Buy/Sell Margin Influences Cattle Feeding Profits (November 2000)

Determining the Economic Value of a Bred Heifer (July 22, 1999)

Grass Worksheet

Farm Land and Pasture Rental Rates for North Dakota

Blank Manual Input Form For Beef Cow Budget

Blank Backgrounding/Finishing Input Form To Be Sent In For Processing

Managing For Today's Cattle Market And Beyond

IRM Learning Teams

Conducting A Comparative Analysis Of Your Herd's Production Facts With Other Herds' Production Facts

Conducting A Comparative Analysis Of Your Herd's Economic Facts With Other Herds' Economic Facts

Determining Your Unit Costs Of Producing a Hundred Weight of Calf

Assessing The Economic Status Of Your Beef Cow Herd

Shortfalls In North Dakota's Net Farm Income

SPA Female Exposed Worksheet

Economic Summary of Northern Plains 1996 IRM Herds

Benchmarking to Increase Beef Cow Profits Slides

Sample Completed IRM Input Form for Demonstration Herd

IRM Input Form for Analyzing 2001 Calves

IRM Sample Beef Cow Lease Analysis

The Economics of Replacement Heifers

Sample Beef Cow Lease

The Changing Market Structure for the American Beef Industry
Presented at Western Animal Science Symposium, June 20, 2001.

Harlan's Current Biographical Sketch

Long-Run U.S. Bred Cow Prices

Benchmarking Your Herd's Economic Facts

Determining Your Economic Unit Cost of Producing A Hundred Weight of Calf

Major Issues in the U.S. Livestock Industry under CUSTA

Long-Run Beef Planning Prices

IRM Input Form

An Informed Veterinarian Can Help Clients Profit from the Cattle Cycle
Part I: Cattle Cycles.

An Informed Veterinarian Can Help Clients Profit from the Cattle Cycle
Part II: Helping Your Clients Make the Cattle Cycle Work for Them.

A Cattle Cycle's Changing Buy/Sell Margin Influences Cattle Feeding Profits
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Harlan Hughes has spent a professional lifetime helping U.S. beef producers better manage the business end of their beef cow operations.

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Harlan Hughes

Harlan Hughes is a North Dakota State University professor emeritus and author of the monthly "Market Advisor" column that appears in BEEF magazine. He also consults and lectures widely,...

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