South Dakota rancher Jared Namken uses cover crops and rotational grazing to lengthen the grazing season, reduce feed costs, and build healthier soils across his 1,100-acre operation in Lake Norden, South Dakota.
Traceability is a hot topic right now in the beef business. And while traceability isn’t a marketing claim by itself, consumer demand to know about the beef they buy may force beef brands to verify marketing claims. That and more awaits you in...
To grow more grass to increase forage availability, we must think like grass farmers first and cattlemen second. Here are two strategies to become a better forage producer.
When drought dries the grass and cow body condition falls off, consider early weaning.
Combining prescribed fire and grazing improves long-term pasture health.
One restaurant encourages consumers to reduce their beef consumption 95% to save the planet. Here’s how the industry should respond.
Don’t let pinkeye ruin the summer grazing season. Here are five tips to stopping this costly and frustrating disease in its tracks.
New research points to the benefits of incorporating yearling steers to economically and conservatively increase stocker rates during drought years.