Black Ink: Moo-ving the big rocks

Black Ink: Moo-ving the big rocks

Moo-ving the big rocks by Nicole Lane Erceg The new year now feels old once you get into a busy season like calving. There are many spans of time in cattle country that can make us feel there’s too much to do, or too little time in each day. By now, some resolutions...
On Target: Decide Sooner

On Target: Decide Sooner

Decide Sooner by Justin Sexten, Ph.D. While many of you are in sire buying mode this time of year, more are deciding whether this year’s bull calves retain the ability to become sires. Castration at birth is ideal, but catching them on day one can be a challenge in...
Blog: Beyond Beef Buzzwords

Blog: Beyond Beef Buzzwords

Beyond Beef Buzzwords You don’t have to tell people who make their living from the land that treating it poorly is just bad business. Ranchers have been leading conservation efforts for generations. Yet, you’d have to have had your head in the sand to not hear...
Black Ink – Sign reading

Black Ink – Sign reading

Sign reading by Nicole Lane Erceg The sign reads “Welcome to Grant County,” in simple white letters on a small, forest green backdrop. It sits near a creek more than an hour’s drive from where I grew up, but every time I see it, I already feel like I’m home. At this...