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The Importance of Having Bilingual Employees

Over the past years, the number of people who speak a language other than English has grown exponentially. According to the 2011 census more than 60 million people speak a language other than English at home and about half speak Spanish. 148 more words


Our Mission , Our Vision, and Our Core Values

Earl Nightingale once said “All you need is the plan, the road map, and the courage to press on your destination”.

To us the destination is our mission.  203 more words


Sustainability at the Feedyard

Raising responsible beef is a priority for farmers and ranchers, which includes a strong focus on environmental, social and economic efforts at feedyards and a commitment to continuous improvement. 6 more words


Macro vs. Micro...

I became familiar with the words “macro” and “micro” when I took my first college economics class.  I signed up for two economics courses during my tenure at Dartmouth, not because I was really very interested in the subject, but because understanding basic economics fell under the “Anne’s necessary life skills” category. 638 more words


Lambs--and the livin' is easy

After our lambs are born, on the range or in lambing sheds, after they spend the summer grazing on the Forest with their moms (dodging bears and coyotes), after they are weaned, they ride on big trucks to a feedlot near Greeley, Colorado. 53 more words


Nebraska Cattle

Nebraska is the number one cattle on feed state (USDA NASS 2016). Large, small, organic, grass fed, ranches and feedlots are all found within the state. 11 more words

Feeding Cattle and a Hungry World

Sirens, horns and shouting surround the 50,000 people who rush through the streets of Times Square in a day, much in contrast to the hum of the feed mill and the whistling of the wind through Wrangler Feedyard in Tulia, Texas. 1,237 more words