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Winter Cattle Journal 2019
Winter Cattle Journal 2019

January 7, 2019

2019 Winter Cattle Journal: Barenthsen-Bullinger Red Angus 2019 Winter Cattle Journal: Mohnen Angus 2019 Winter Cattle Journal: Lindskov-Thiel 2019 Winter Cattle Journal: Schiefelbein Farms 2019 Winter Cattle Journal: Taubenheim Gelbvieh 2019 Winter Cattle Journal: Barstow...


Fall Cattle Journal 2018
Fall Cattle Journal 2018

October 3, 2018

Flip through the digital issue of our 2018 Fall Cattle Journal below to see all the stories and ads as they appear or print, or read and share specific stories through these links. Luck of...


Winter Cattle Journal 2018
Winter Cattle Journal 2018

January 10, 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 Gates Limousin: Back to the country for the Gates family...


2017 Fall Cattle Journal: Recovering
2017 Fall Cattle Journal: Recovering

October 26, 2017

  Fall Cattle Journal: Photos from a summer of drought and fire One day after the smoke cleared: Ted and Barb Crowley, East Fork Fire, Chinook, Montana Six months after the smoke cleared: Gardiner Angus...



Building Better Replacement Heifers
Building Better Replacement Heifers

February 14, 2017

Managing heifers is a double-edged sword. On one hand, as the future of the cowherd, heifers are an important investment. However, due to their management needs and the two-year delay before they put a check...


Optimizing Cattle Performance On The Range & Rail
Optimizing Cattle Performance On The Range & Rail

February 14, 2017

It’s been said that cattle are much like employees; they work for the rancher, not the other way around. And the test of a good employee is whether or not the cow can thrive under...


Early Weaning Calves During Drought Conditions
Early Weaning Calves During Drought Conditions

February 14, 2017

Drought conditions are nothing new for western cattle ranchers, but it makes it tough to keep cows fed and run a profitable ranch without enough grass. Controlling the rain and subsequent grass growth is not...


The Cattle Journal – Beef & Business 2017
The Cattle Journal – Beef & Business 2017

January 17, 2017

Welcome to The Cattle Journal – Beef & Business 2017. Our 300+ page “big book” features advertisements from major seedstock producers in the business and includes stories about research, management, animal health and producers who...


Fair Shares: Making a Share Agreement Work
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...



A Hand Up: Programs help youth get started in agriculture
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...




A rose by any other name
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...


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


Montana Beef Ambassador: Krista Callantine
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...


Nebraska Beef Ambassador: Ashtyn Shrewsbury
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...


North Dakota Beef Ambassador: Ashley Giedd
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...


South Dakota Beef Ambassador: Kaley Nolz
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....