Finding enough qualified labor in agriculture is going to get lots tougher, unless folks take deliberate, creative action. First in a series that looks at fixing the ag labor shortage.
Ideally, a cow lease agreement is equitable for each party. But if you aren't re-analyzing your budget and lease agreement annually you may not be getting that.
“Good enough” is never good enough when it comes to animal welfare. That’s why ongoing training in proper animal handling techniques is essential.
Sick calves cost time, money and opportunity, but these five preventative strategies can help.
Beyond helping you know the genetic merit of the bulls you buy, genomic tests could help your management as well.
Class is back in session. Here’s a look at how to use options in your risk management program.
Check out recent headlines on current agricultural land trends.
The ideal solution may be to "blend" a time charge with a mileage charge.
Traveling to the Pioneer Woman’s Mercantile in Pawhuska, Okla. offers lessons in agritourism, advocacy and sharing our beef production story online.