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Kenneth Eng Memoir: We Weren’t Perfect, But We Were The Perfect Pair

  • Nov 20, 2014

    10 Lessons I Want To Share With My Teenage Son 1

    Parenting children is one of the toughest jobs anyone can have. With a son who’s a senior in high school, BEEF columnist Troy Marshall reflects on the advice he’d like to pass along....More
  • Nov 20, 2014

    3 Positive Reads About People Fighting Hunger 1

    It’s estimated that one in four children, and one in eight adults, in the U.S. go to bed hungry at night. While food production isn’t an issue in the U.S., food waste and undernourishment due to poverty are growing problems. Here are three ways people are helping fight hunger....More
  • ranching as a family -- tips for success
    Nov 17, 2014

    5 Tips For Success In The Family Business 1

    Ranching is oftentimes a family business. Here are five tips to a successful business and happy family from Henry Hutcheson, author of “Dirty Little Secrets Of Family Business.”...More
  • Nov 13, 2014

    Meet The 5 Readers Who Win Prizes On Today’s Blog!

    The word “home” conjures up a lot of different sentiments among ranchers. To some it’s spending time with the family. For others its working cattle, enjoying a sunset on the range, or sitting on the porch of the ranch house. All these were represented by readers who entered photos depicting what “home” means to them in the Greeley Hat Works’ “Home Is Where You Hang Your Hat” photo contest....More
  • Nov 12, 2014

    A Tribute To David Stoecklein: PLUS: Win A Stoecklein Coffee Table Book 2

    Today we say goodbye to ranch photographer David R. Stoecklein; plus, we will honor him tomorrow by giving away three of his coffee table books....More
  • Nov 10, 2014

    4 Ways To Fight Food Insecurity In America 1

    A new children’s book addresses the issue of food insecurity and reminds all of us to donate our time, talents and treasure this holiday season to help fight hunger in the U.S....More
  • Nov 5, 2014

    Cattleman’s Advice To Youth Should Be Passed On To Our Newly Elected Officials 3

    John Boddicker, American Maine Anjou Association, recently offered some advice to youth meat judgers. In my opinion, his words should be shared with America’s newly elected officials. How satisfied are you with who voters selected to serve in the next term? Share your thoughts with us today on the blog....More

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