As a cattle producer, you understand your cattle from their body language to their behaviors and personalities. You also understand the equipment you use to
By Larry Stalcup Contributing Editor When the Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame (CFHOF) was launched in 2009, only about 150 people attended a small banquet
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 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.
By Gilda V. Bryant, Contributing Editor
In 2015, New Mexico State University and Texas Tech University beef cattle experts collaborated on a feedlot consulting-nutritionist survey. Twenty-four nutritionists, responsible for rations for over 14 million cattle yearly, completed this comprehensive review.
By Betty Jo Gigot, Publisher
Smack dab in the middle of one of the most productive U.S. cattle-feeding regions, the HY-Plains Education and Research Center near Montezuma, Kan., links practical and experienced cattle-feeding experts in a state-of-the-art facility with professional researchers and educators.