New fencing tools from Danuser, Parmak, Red Brand, Ranchmate, Post Drivers and Twin Mountain to help you improve your livestock fence. Products include innovative post drivers, corner posts, chargers and electra lock fencing....More
Since its listing in 2010, the greater sage grouse has been a wildlife species of intense interest in the 11 states in the West where it lives. Two events regarding conservation of the greater sage-grouse promise to move the sometimes heated discussion along....More
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln ranching practicum will bring boots-on-the-ground science to progressive ranchers. The year-long course at the Gudmundsen Sandhills Laboratory will provide hands-on, practical education....More
The Society for Range Management (SRM) and ranchers and range professionals who participate in SRM are doing wonderful things with grazing to improve rangeland and plant biodiversity. The problem is that the public does not know anything about it...More
“The cattle market is trying to sort out strength of beef demand and how consumers will respond to pricey beef products as more chicken and pork become available,” says Penton market analyst John Otte....More
Once a rancher recognizes the inter-connectedness of four areas of management – production, economics and finance, marketing and people – it becomes apparent that maximums are never the best or the most profitable level of production....More
The 113th session of Congress, which concluded at the end of 2014, was generally regarded as a lesson in dysfunctional government. However, for ranchers grazing cattle on federal lands in the West, there was some good news....More
Breeding and grazing season will soon be upon us. Protect your herd, get your bulls ready and consider that sometimes, those plants you once thought as weeds may be valuable forage sources for your cattle.