Beefed up findings

Beefed up findings

Beefed up findings: Cattle solve global warming “Keep the big picture,” my dad tells me every time I drive away. He implies I should be aware of my surroundings while traveling, but there’s deeper meaning to that well-worn phrase. I often find myself with tunnel...
This too shall pass

This too shall pass

This too shall pass by Nicole Lane Erceg April 3, 2020 My favorite book in the Bible is Exodus. The first time I read it, I remember getting so frustrated with the Israelites. How could they be so close to the Promised Land and mess everything up?! It’s mind boggling...
Speaking of meat

Speaking of meat

Speaking of meat… After a long day of work, there’s nothing ranchers love more than coming home to a big ol’ tender and juicy steak. How can it be so darn satisfying every time? Just thinking about the aroma makes my mouth water. Our Nebraska Sandhills cow-calf...
The stories that barn could tell

The stories that barn could tell

The stories that barn could tell “Have you always wanted to write a book?” That’s been a popular question ever since Nicole and I started writing Sheltering Generations—The American Barn, or the “barn book” as we often called it, sometimes with a tone of admiration...
Beef up your cooking

Beef up your cooking

Beef up your cooking Before I started my job with Certified Angus Beef LLC all I knew about steak is I wanted it medium-rare. My mom burns food and it doesn’t matter if it’s garlic toast or ribeyes. So I was not used to getting medium-rare steak from my mama’s...