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  • Jan 23, 2014
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    The Basis Of All Agriculture Is Attention To The Soil

    It’s important to understand that we must first take care of the soil if we want to be truly sustainable – economically, ecologically and socially....More
  • how to pick good employees
    Sep 30, 2013
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    Are You A Cowboy, A Stockman Or A Grass Farmer? 8

    I really don’t care what you want to call yourself or your employees – cowboy, stockman, grass farmer or rancher. Personally, I would simply like to be a good, complete rancher....More
  • tips to be a good rancher
    Sep 2, 2013
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    We All Need To Be Lifelong Learners

    With BEEF magazine beginning its 50th year of publication, I thought it might be appropriate this month to reminisce about key changes in my life and a few of the mentors who helped me along the way....More
  • grazing questions answered by cattle grazing expert
    Jul 29, 2013
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    Can Time-Controlled Grazing Be Done Without Fencing? 5

    July was going to be my last article on grazing for awhile, but I received many emails with questions that I decided to devote another article to the questions: Can you implement planned, time-controlled grazing without fencing? How do you plan and stay on plan during a drought?...More
  • land prices for pasture and farmland
    Jul 8, 2013
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    What’s Land Worth? 10

    Land -- God certainly isn’t making more of it. With land prices at an all-time high, many are calling it “a safe deposit box with a view.”...More

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