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7 Lessons Learned from Showing Livestock By: 07/22/2015 @ 10:54am

One show halter and one show stick guide a 1,000-pound animal. Those seemingly simple pieces of equipment have harnessed a lifetime of lessons for Liz, Maddie, and Grace…

Memorable Moments from the Show Ring By: 07/22/2015 @ 11:00am

When asked, members of Agriculture.com’s Cattle Talk discussion group shared their most memorable moments in the show…

Women in Ag: Put Your Best Foot Forward By: 09/01/2015 @ 7:56pm

Within the walls of our house and our barn a new mantra has been developed, reinforced and followed over the last…

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Issue Preview: A Cattle Barn that Pays Off By: 08/18/2015 @ 2:31pm

It came down to two choices for Ron Carpenter and his partners: Build a confinement cattle barn or stop feeding altogether. They went with the new barn. The 644-foot-long structure, soon to complete its first…

Women In Ag: Our Story Continues By: 08/11/2015 @ 11:00pm

   We all find a passion in our lives. The lucky ones are able to follow it. I think that I am one of the lucky ones because I fell into the dairy industry headfirst and when I caught my breath, I…

Women in Ag: A Community Comes Together For the Kids By: 08/06/2015 @ 11:00pm

Last week I wrote about the project to repair the barn at our county fair. This week I want to continue that story. I along with so many of the members of my community am incredibly passionate about this…

Women in Ag: All About the Kids By: 07/30/2015 @ 7:56am

It’s all about the kids. My subconscious, day-to-day reasoning behind everything I do is all about the kids. We are so very fortunate to have an amazing little 6-year-old daughter. She brings so much joy…

Flooded, Muddy Pastures Increase Risk of Disease in Cattle By: 07/28/2015 @ 12:29pm

If pastures have sustained prolonged periods of excessive rainfall and muddy conditions during summer, cattle have a greater risk for foot rot (necrotic pododermatitis) and pink eye (infectious…

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