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Fall Cattle Journal

Fall Cattle Journal: Photos from a summer of drought and fire

October 11, 2017 — Try hitting “play” on the song below as you scroll through these photos from a tough summer for cowboys and cowgirls all across the West. “The Cowboy Song” Written by Amos Stagg Pushin horns weren’t easy like the movie said it was And I don’t

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Fair Shares: Making a Share Agreement Work

December 27, 2016 — Cattle need grass, and grass, well, it needs cattle. But sometimes a person finds himself or herself in a pickle with grass but not cattle, or cattle but no grass. An individual in this situation could consider seeking a share agreement. Many in the cattle

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South Dakota’s only animal health lab seeks to renovate & expand

December 27, 2016 — When the avian influenza and porcine epidemic diarrhea virus hit the poultry and pork industries in recent years, researchers at the South Dakota Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory (ADRDL), located in Brookings, S.D., worked to quickly respond to these contagious diseases, limit the spread

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A Hand Up: Programs help youth get started in agriculture

December 27, 2016 — The livestock industry is a capital intensive business. Seldom does any rancher leap headfirst into buying a sustainably-sized cattle herd; most are built over time. With a little hard work, research and creativity, young people can get a jump start on their own herd at

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Raising Ranch Kids: Ranch moms share advice on raising kids and livestock together

December 27, 2016 — I was blessed to become a mother in June 2014, and having my daughter Scarlett certainly turned my world upside down in so many ways. Admittedly, there were times I struggled to find a balance between my duties as a first-time mom and my responsibilities

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Get Hired: What skills and education are ag employers seeking?

December 27, 2016 — For a lot of people, a career in agriculture starts with on-the-job training as soon as you can walk. But if you weren't born into it, or want to get into a different segment of the industry, there can be some pretty high hills to

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A rose by any other name

October 6, 2016 — It isn't the fact that another generation has joined the family cattle-buying business. It isn't even the fact that a young ranch girl with a fresh college degree has returned home to work alongside her dad in their large heifer development and feeder calf backgrounding

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From A to Z: Active cattle are Zancanella’s goal

October 6, 2016 — They might not technically be more active, but cattle given Matt Zancanella's product are expected to feel Why would a professional team roper from South Dakota be involved with a cattle supplement company? Matt Zancanella says he became enthusiastic about the product nine years ago,

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Montana Beef Ambassador: Krista Callantine

October 6, 2016 — 1. Tell us a little about yourself and your background in the beef industry. I was born and raised on a ranch north of Belgrade, Montana where we raise primarily Black Angus cattle with a few club calves for market shows. My sister and I

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Nebraska Beef Ambassador: Ashtyn Shrewsbury

October 6, 2016 — 1. Tell us a little about yourself and your background in the beef industry. I'm from Alliance, Nebraska and I grew up working with my family on our commercial cow-calf operation. As I got older I became involved with my local FFA chapter where I

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North Dakota Beef Ambassador: Ashley Giedd

October 6, 2016 — 1. Tell us a little about yourself and your background in the beef industry. I am currently a senior in Animal Science at NDSU. I come from a diversified agricultural background. My family runs a herd of registered and commercial Hereford cattle and farms. I

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South Dakota Beef Ambassador: Kaley Nolz

October 6, 2016 — 1. Tell us a little about yourself and your background in the beef industry. I am currently a sophomore at South Dakota State University. I am studying Agriculture Business with a minor in Legal Studies. I grew up on a Limousin cattle ranch, northeast of

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Wyoming Beef Ambassador: Laura Noble

October 6, 2016 — Tell us a little about yourself and your background in the beef industry. I'm a fifth generation cattle rancher from Cora, Wyoming. I'll be starting my senior year of high school in September and plan to attend a community college in Wyoming thereafter to study

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Fall Cattle Journal 2016

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A Helping Hand Project H3LP! focuses on horses, humans and honesty

September 29, 2016 — Guthrie Ducheneaux doesn't usually have bad days. Not because nothing ever goes wrong in his life, but because he won't let it turn into a bad day. "I try my hardest every day to never have a bad day. So I'm doing alright." That positivity

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Fall Cattle Journal 2015

September 28, 2016 — Welcome to the 2015 edition of Fall Cattle Journal  

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Fall Cattle Journal 2014

September 28, 2016 — Welcome to the 2014 edition of Fall Cattle Journal

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Fall Cattle Journal 2013

September 28, 2016 — Welcome to the 2013 edition of Fall Cattle Journal

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North Dakota Beef Ambassador: Bailey Dockter

September 6, 2016 — 1. Tell us a little about yourself and your background in the beef industry. I am from the rural area of Medina, North Dakota. I grew up on a beef operation that focused on commercial and purebred Gelbvieh cattle. My parents and three other siblings

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A home run

September 6, 2016 — There are many scholarships available to America's youth as they graduate from high school and press ahead with future endeavors. Whether it involves college and a four year degree or vocational education to learn a trade, post-secondary educational decisions can be difficult and are often

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