Passing on the farm or ranch to the next generations isn’t as easy as it used to be, but with the proper tactics, it can still be done. This edition of the Beef Roundtable explores the ins and outs of how to keep the ranching heritage alive.
The 2017 spring-born calves are weaned. Various marketing options are available, but one that holds the promise of bringing additional dollars is backgrounding the calves and selling in mid-February, at 875 pounds.
House-Senate differences cataloged including estate tax, pass-throughs
As 2017 begins to wind down, a lot of uncertainty surrounds the direction of the fed cattle market. We’ll need continued strong beef demand to hold current market gains.
Like most things, good communication can be boiled down to having a goal in mind, being committed, having a good attitude and being open and flexible.
Will the cowherd continue to grow? You can debate both sides, but it's likely it will keep getting larger.
Many beef producers with spring-born calves have either finished weaning, or will do so soon. How did your year go? By conducting a comparative analysis of your beef cow profit center’s production factors against a set of benchmark herds, you’ll...
The way that special interest groups manipulate public opinion is changing. In the long run, that may be good for the beef business.
This year’s hay crop is slightly smaller that last year. Will that affect prices? That and more awaits you in this week’s Trending Headlines.