The Porsche of beef

The Porsche of beef

The Porsche of beef Consumers are willing to pay a high price for beef if it’s worth it every time by Morgan Marley March 30, 2020 If USDA Choice were a basic Volkswagen, U.S. cattlemen should be producing the Audis and Porsches made by the same company. That’s...
Tame your selection criteria

Tame your selection criteria

Tame your selection criteriaDocility proven as economically relevant trait  by Natalie JonesSeptember 23, 2019 You keep looking to beef quality, maternal and feed efficiency for herd improvement. What about docility? Research says it may have more impact than you...
Of dreams and going all in

Of dreams and going all in

Of dreams and going all in “I wish I could just move west and buy a ranch.” It’s something I’ve heard my dad mutter for years. He’s been around agriculture all his life, stacking hay as a teen and raising Hereford steers for the freezer as an adult. But Maryland is...
Ranching from the history books

Ranching from the history books

Ranching From the History Books by Nicole Lane Erceg I’ve always been fascinated with history. From the Founding Fathers in grade school to the battles of World War II, the stories of those who came before us and the great feats they accomplished continue to intrigue...
Really that good

Really that good

Really that good by Miranda Reiman Young kids often have a misplaced sense of confidence. “Wook, how high I jump.” As a toddler, one of my girls used to love to show off that skill. She’d squat down, chubby thighs almost touching the ground and she’d give it her all....