Raising the Bar, Then Exceeding It – The 2022 National Beef Quality Audit Showed Improvement, Lost Opportunities
By Burt Rutherford Contributing Editor We’re getting better. A lot better, in fact. But much like a football coach who, even when the team
By Patti Wilson Contributing Editor Weather. It is a broad subject – too broad to write about even in general terms, and too personal to
By Megan Webb, Ph.D. Contributing Editor Preparing for winter storms is inevitable and doesn’t tend to be the favorite chore among operations, but preparedness is
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
By Larry Stalcup Contributing Editor Drought forced hundreds of Texas producers to truck breeding stock and other cattle to the sale barn last summer. Dry
By Larry Stalcup Contributing Editor There’ve been thousands of cattle deals made in Amarillo. The Ware family’s Amarillo National Bank (ANB) has financed many of
Weekly USMEF Audio Report: Seminar Educates Latin American Meat Processors on Attributes of U.S. Pork and Beef
The U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) recently hosted meat processors from across Latin America for a further processing seminar held at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
By Larry Stalcup, Contributing Editor
Some argue that the Texas drought of 2011-2014 was worse than the herd-killing one in the 1950s. Minnie Lou Bradley has survived both. Her daughter Mary Lou and son-in-law James Henderson braved the most recent drought with her. Together, the trio is into the ranch’s 60th year of selling prime Angus bulls.