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  • Feb 19, 2014

    5 Ways Pregnancy Has Changed My Ability To Cowgirl Up 18

    A few weeks ago, I announced to all of you that Tyler and I were expecting our first baby in the first week of June. We’re beyond excited, and we have enjoyed every minute of watching my belly grow, feeling the baby kick, and brainstorming names for our little cowboy or cowgirl. At 25 weeks pregnant, we are counting down the weeks until our little one arrives....More
  • marketing cattle
    Jan 29, 2014

    What’s The Best Way To Market Beef Calves This Year? 2

    Most of the ranch profit in recent years has been made from running the cows, not from post-weaning marketing alternatives....More
  • winter feed intake for cows
    Jan 27, 2014

    Are You Increasing Your Cows’ Feed Intake In Cold Weather? 3

    As winter weather hits, it’s important to increase feed intake to meet a cow’s energy requirements....More
  • Jan 22, 2014

    25+ Things To Put On Your Calving Check List 26

    My husband Tyler and I invested in a group of bred heifers that were due to calve a month ahead of the group we keep at my dad’s place. This being our first year of calving a group out at our home place, we asked for the essentials of calving season on our Christmas wish lists. While it might seem to some like a lame Christmas present, Tyler and I were like little kids in a candy store as we opened up boxes of tags, markers, slings, scales, and the other little things one needs to have on hand when delivering baby calves....More
  • Jan 13, 2014

    3 Things You Need To Know About Feeding Moldy Hay 8

    Moldy hay poses a risk to horses, cattle and people. Here’s what you need to know....More
  • Jan 8, 2014

    What Is Sweat Equity Worth? 5

    Even though it’s bitter cold in some areas of the country right now, it doesn’t mean ranchers aren’t working hard outside and breaking a sweat. With hay to be fed, frozen waterers to thaw, bedding to lay and preparations for calving season underway, there’s a lot of work to be done when others might be taking a snow day....More
  • what are your ranch resolutions?
    Jan 1, 2014

    What Are Your Ranch Resolutions For 2014? 1

    Now that 2014 is here, it’s time to start thinking ahead for what the year will bring. The New Year looks bright for livestock producers, with more affordable corn, strong global demand and tight supplies....More
  • Dec 30, 2013

    Ranching Requires Working Smart AND Hard 5

    I recently read an interview on The Blaze featuring Mike Rowe from the TV show “Dirty Jobs.” Rowe appeared on the Glenn Beck Program to discuss his thoughts on “the absurd belief that a four-year degree is the only path to success.”...More
  • Dec 26, 2013

    Managing Cattle, Equipment In The Cold 1

    The frigid cold makes ranching a little more challenging, but being prepared can help get through freezing weather conditions....More
  • Dec 19, 2013

    With No Political Correctness, I Wish You A Merry Christmas 13

    I have never been ashamed about being a rancher, about loving my traditional family, or about needing and having a personal relationship with God. But I probably haven’t always stepped forward and proclaimed those beliefs loud enough, held back perhaps by the feeling that I might offend someone....More
  • Dec 19, 2013

    The Bottom Line Is That Beef End-Product Quality Matters 2

    The value that the consumer puts on the eating experience, and the amount and quality of product we put on the plate, ultimately determines the amount of dollars that enter our industry....More
  • Dec 19, 2013

    10 Reasons Why I Want A Cowboy For A Son-In-Law 4

    I hope my daughter meets a cowboy; I just hope she waits another 20 years before she starts looking for one....More

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