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The Rainbow Ends At the Pot Of Gold...

After 14 years living, working, and growing up under the magnificent Nebraska sky I learned a lot from the people who were kind enough to share it with me. 1,169 more words

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Week 1 training for Sioux Falls!

I just realized that I wrote last week’s post but never actually posted it.  That’s ok, not much happened anyway.  I did tire out the dog in a good way and he went and hung out in his room for several hours, which he never does.   834 more words

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B-Doubles not permitted on Maidenwell Bunya Mountains Rd

In a recent email with questions on various issues submitted to Cr Jones (Div 2) and current owner and licensee for the Maidenwell Hotel, Cr Jones advised that “ 602 more words

To pen fatten or not - an assessment of feedlot economics

What is pen fattening?

Pen fattening involves the feeding of finishing beef cattle with a protein balanced, high-energy diet for a period of 70 to 120 days under confinement to increase live weights and improve degree of finish. 1,241 more words

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An Aggie In Nebraska...

Howdy!

My name is Emily and I have the privilege to be a guest on the Feedyard Foodie’s blog this week! I am originally from rural Connecticut but am currently residing in Texas. 424 more words

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Researchers say Digital Dermatitis is Increasing on Beef Cattle Feedlots

By Dale Baker and Chip Hendrickson
AgroChem Hoof Care Technical Experts

Researchers at Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine recently said the incidence of digital dermatitis is increasing on beef feedlots, according to… 226 more words

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The Feed Yard: Unraveling the Myth...

When Virginia and Rachel’s cattle leave the home ranch, they travel approximately thirty miles to my farm.  The cattle make the trip in large stock trailers pulled by pick up trucks driven by the family.  659 more words

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