Winter Cattle Journal 2018 |

Winter Cattle Journal 2018

Producer Profiles

3C Christensen Ranch brings value to Simmental breed

Doll family building a reputation and a breeding program with Charolais and Simmentals since 1946

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Gates Limousin: Back to the country for the Gates family


Green Mountain Red Angus builds strong herd on good mother cows

Kraye Angus makes the most of Sandhills ranching

L Bar W Cattle Company: New kids on the block raising Hereford cattle

Miles and Miles: Sandhills family building a fifth generation ranch

WEBO Angus Ranch focuses on fertility, form and function

Animal Health & Research

On the ground: Health protocols for newborn calves

Dealing with broken bones in calves

A lousy deal: Controlling lice in beef cattle

Information you hope you’ll never need about Tuberculosis, brucellosis and Bibersteinia trehalosi

The present and future of cattle breeding: DNA testing, GE EPDs & gene editing

Custom vaccines – another tool in a rancher’s toolbox


Coyotes and Wolves and Bears, Oh My! Predators can have a serious effect on ranchers’ bottom line

Out of the Wind: Using portable windbreaks for cattle

Ranching by the signs


Rachel Buzanowski, a Montana native, gets a boost through college thanks to the American Hereford Association

A short-term perspective on long-term care

Kitchen blunders (and recipes) from ranch cooks


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