Day: August 1, 2017

Unified Family, Diversified Operation

By Patti Wilson, Contributing Editor
One outfit that’s mastered this skill is the Dave Lamb family of Anselmo, Neb. Allowing each family member to navigate their own course in life, they’ve managed to incorporate several entities into their sizeable operation – a cow-calf unit, grass yearling business, feedlot and farming operation.

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Market Trade Discussed in Summit

Markets, Trade Discussed at Summit

By Amanda Overleese, Freelance Writer
Ag Enthusiasts gathered at the Agricultural Economic and Technology Summit on June 13-14 in Kearney, Neb. Trade and marketing were popular session topics applicable to both the crop and livestock sectors of the industry.

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Made in the USA

Made in the USA – The Great American Beef Story

By Aly McClure, Contributing Editor
Beef Empire Days (BED) Has been a celebration of Kansas’ cattle industry since 1968. Held in Garden City each year, new events have been added since its inception, but BED still offers the timeless classics like the Live Cattle and Carcass Show.

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Kansas Corn’s Continued Investment in Corn-Fed Beef

By Stacy Mayo, Contributing Editor
A term commonly used in the Kansas Corn Commission market development effort is “supporting corn in all forms.” To us, this means working to support and drive markets for corn sold as grain, corn-fed livestock and corn-derived ethanol fuel and DDGS.

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CALF’s Featured Lady – Jeanne Morgan

Jeanne Morgan wears many hats. The Burwell, Neb., native’s family moved north from New Mexico in the early 1950s, settling in the Sandhills. Jeanne was born shortly after, making her the “first Yankee in the family.”

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