By Larry Stalcup Contributing Editor Fed cattle prices have seen a steady rise since markets tanked to under $100 per hundredweight (cwt.) in early 2020.
By Patti Wilson Contributing Editor Proper administration is the foundation of capturing return on investment with growth implants. Making the administration easier is the goal
By Patti Wilson Contributing Editor Heather Larson of Lexington, Neb., is the product manager for Micro Technologies ACCU-TRAC Scale system. We spoke at length about
By Larry Stalcup Contributing Editor Early data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) new Cattle Contracts Library (CCL) pilot program solidifies the notion that
By Larry Stalcup, Contributing Editor Beef-on-dairy feeding has become popular in recent years. The alternative feeding program could gain even more respect if drought
Michael Bezner Adds to His Family’s Legacy: New TCFA Chairman Is a Benchmark for Independent Cattle Feeders
New TCFA Chairman Michael Bezner enjoys the challenges of running an independent feedyard and representing Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico yards in state and national
By Larry Stalcup, Contributing Editor A city on the Missouri River north of Omaha is a far cry from Oklahoma’s largest mesa. But with cattle
By Larry Stalcup, Contributing Editor
Trotter went into the hall during ceremonies in Oklahoma City in March. That was the beginning of a year of high-end events for the co-owner of Bar-G Feedyard.
By Aly McClure, Contributing Editor
Purchasing a feedyard right in the middle of a financial downturn isn’t for the faint of heart. But, turning it all over to God and having faith in His plan, the Tiffany brothers not only made it to the other side, but they’re thriving on it.