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Larry Redmon offers advice for rookie land and cattle owners

Amanda Nolz

The optimism and romanticism of the cattle business in 2010 is spurring a growing number of novice land and cattle owners to try their hand out on the trade, a decision that can have both positive and negative results, said Larry Redmon, Ph.D., an AgriLife Extension state forage specialist in College Station, TX.

Redmon is part of a group who is hosting Ranch Management University this October, a new landowner workshop designed to help promote a better understanding of resource management.

Whether in Texas or South Dakota, the fundamentals for new beef producers are the same, and Redmon offered the lessons from the event in advance, in the hopes of providing timely advice for rookies aspiring to get into beef cattle production.

The optimism and romanticism of the cattle business in 2010 is spurring a growing number of novice land and cattle owners to try their hand out on the trade, a decision that can have both positive and negative results, said Larry Redmon, Ph.D., an AgriLife Extension state forage specialist in College Station, TX.

Redmon is part of a group who is hosting Ranch Management University this October, a new landowner workshop designed to help promote a better understanding of resource management.

Whether in Texas or South Dakota, the fundamentals for new beef producers are the same, and Redmon offered the lessons from the event in advance, in the hopes of providing timely advice for rookies aspiring to get into beef cattle production.

The optimism and romanticism of the cattle business in 2010 is spurring a growing number of novice land and cattle owners to try their hand out on the trade, a decision that can have both positive and negative results, said Larry Redmon, Ph.D., an AgriLife Extension state forage specialist in College Station, TX.

Redmon is part of a group who is hosting Ranch Management University this October, a new landowner workshop designed to help promote a better understanding of resource management.

Whether in Texas or South Dakota, the fundamentals for new beef producers are the same, and Redmon offered the lessons from the event in advance, in the hopes of providing timely advice for rookies aspiring to get into beef cattle production.


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