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Carnivore's Dilemma...

When I was back in Florida a couple of weeks ago for my grandmother’s funeral, my Godmother asked me if I had read the November issue of National Geographic.  564 more words


lindsaychichester reblogged this on Agri-Cultural with Dr. Lindsay and commented:

When I read the Carnivore's Dilemma by National Geographic I was pleased to see that it was fairly written, discussing both sides of meat production. I thought it also did a good job of presenting information about growth promoting hormones, antibiotics, feedlots, humane harvest, and more. I think Anne's message about the article is spot on and I encourage you to read her blog post.

Lambs on feed--and the livin' is easy...

Last month, we loaded almost all of our lambs onto trucks and sent them to a feedlot in Pine Bluffs, Wyoming.  It is time for the ewes to be lamb-free for a couple of months so that they will be ready for the winter months, and their future liasons with bucks. 73 more words


Weekend Madness to Picture Butte part 3

Since we were on Mexican time the night before and had been up way too late eating those tacos, we couldn’t help but sleep in a bit. 1,140 more words


Connecting the Dots...

The vast majority of cattle have more than one address during their lifetime.  This occurs because of the long life cycle of a bovine as well as the diverse resources needed to grow beef.  567 more words


How One Okie Cattlemen Raises Beef

One of the most exciting things about agriculture is how vastly different every farmer and ranchers runs their operation.  A beef cattle farmer in Vermont raises their cattle very differently than a rancher in Wyoming or Florida, neither are right and neither are wrong, they’re simply different.  1,061 more words