Day: July 30, 2019
Change or Transformation?
By Jim Whitt, Contributing Editor I was on the phone with a meeting planner who hired me to speak at the annual conference of an
Canadian Agriculture Held Ransom by $6 Billion Woman
By Will Verboven, Contributing Editor I expect few Americans are aware that a single person charged with a civil crime in the United States will
Gypsy Wagon Aug./Sept. 2019
By Betty Jo Gigot, Publisher My summer “walkabout” started the first of June when Phoenix temperatures headed for triple digits, and Kansas and Colorado beckoned.
A Fresh Look At a Successful Transition
By Patti Wilson, Contributing Editor The Ostrand Angus story is a blend of old and new, of family and one person’s faith in another’s integrity.
CALF’s Featured Lady
By Betty Jo Gigot, Publisher Talk about a mixed relationship. She was a city gal attending Texas Tech and he was a country guy going
Beef Empire Days 2019
By Katie Prewitt, Contributing Editor Empire is probably the most appropriate word to use when trying to describe the world of beef we live in
Cattle Marketing – Which Way Will Prices Go?
By Larry Stalcup, Contributing Editor There’s not much exciting about marketing cattle these days. On July 15, August live cattle futures prices were within a
Triticale: A Man-Made Marvel
By Patti Wilson, Contributing Editor We live in an age where genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are rejected and roundly ridiculed by urban foodies. As a
U.S. Beef Trade with China Remains Small and Fights for a Foothold
By David F. Crosby, Contributing Editor United States beef exports to China resumed in June 2017 after a 14-year halt. That year, the United States
Braveheart® Beef and Beaver’s Bend Brewery
By Larry Stalcup, Contributing Editor As a meat scientist with Gary Smith, Ph.D., as his mentor at Colorado State University (CSU), Brad Morgan crafted his