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Which ag-accurate kids’ books do you love? PLUS: 2 farm book reviews Commented on: 16 weeks ago (June 10, 2015)

This makes my day! I'm so glad your kiddos enjoy my children's book!

5 good reads about Chipotle’s bad move to ban GMOs in its stores Commented on: 21 weeks ago (May 4, 2015)

Thanks, I certainly would like to see that!

Grazing Series Part 5: Be a good neighbor & maintain your fences with these 3 tips Commented on: 22 weeks ago (April 30, 2015)

Thanks, Darcy! I appreciate the positive feedback.

Why I disagree with Temple Grandin on reteaching predator instincts in cattle Commented on: 22 weeks ago (April 29, 2015)

Thanks for sharing what has worked in your area, Dennis. My brother-in-law is working with the Game Fish & Parks up in his area of South Dakota after they've lost calves to coyotes. Sounds...

Grazing Series Part 2: Extensive vs. moderate grazing, effective cross-fencing & more Commented on: 25 weeks ago (April 9, 2015)

Thank you, Dennis. I appreciate the positive feedback. I would love suggestions for my production series for May, if you have any ideas.

3 ways to balance out the Meat Free Week conversations Commented on: 27 weeks ago (March 23, 2015)

I appreciated that quote, as well! :)

Alert: Proposed dietary guidelines approve of cholesterol, not saturated fat Commented on: 33 weeks ago (February 12, 2015)

Thanks for the kind words, Doug. I'm so glad you have found health benefits from eating fatty red meat and bacon! It goes against everything we've been taught by USDA's Food Pyramid and MyPlate,...

Vote for your favorite photo; plus: view 75 images showcasing ranch families in action Commented on: 42 weeks ago (December 11, 2014)

Karen, if you click on the gallery link above for the finalists, you can comment there with your vote.

3 Resources For Crushing Beef Myths Commented on: 50 weeks ago (October 14, 2014)

Thanks, Melissa!

What You Need To Know About The Beef Checkoff Drama Commented on: 50 weeks ago (October 13, 2014)

The following comment was sent to me by Chase Adams, director of communications for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association. Reposted here with permission.

From Adams:

I wanted to...

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