By Chris McClure Contributing Editor What do you do when the things you have always done no longer seem to work? Do you try something
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By Megan Webb, Ph.D. Contributing Editor In the heat of the summer, do you enjoy the comfort of a cooled home? I certainly do, and
William C. (Bill) Foxley Pt. 2
By Betty Jo Gigot Publisher Editor’s Note: The four-part segment starting in the April 1996 CALF News feature on “The Quiet Giant” spotlighting Willian C.
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By Blaine Davis Contributing Editor This past Sunday morning coffee clique’s topics ranged from the extended drought to the cost of nearly everything we
First Time on the Grill
By James Coope Contributing Editor One of my fondest childhood memories was helping my dad grill steaks in the backyard. We had a simple hibachi-style
Whitt & Wisdom: Do You Have a Goathead Problem?
By Jim Whitt Contributing Editor Most of us learned early in life about goatheads (also known as puncturevine or technically as Tribulus terrestris). I liked
Beef Merchandising Is Complicated-But Producers Pay One Way or Another
By Will Verboven Contributing Editor The past few months up here in the cold north has seen some heated outrage by the urban media, political
Takeaways From the 2023 Cattle Industry Convention
By Megan Webb, Ph.D. Contributing Editor Did you attend the 2023 Cattle Industry Convention in the Big Easy? This was the first time I had
Replacement Heifer Development
By Patti Wilson Contributing Editor As La Niña appears to be making a welcome comeback, U.S. cattlemen are preparing to rebuild a depleted cow herd.