Third iteration of the Masters of Beef Advocacy program provides updated information to arm the next generation of strong beef industry advocates.


Tthe Masters of Beef Advocacy (MBA) program, managed by National Cattlemen’s Beef … Read More

All Texas industries have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but some have struggled more than others. In the recently released December/January edition of Fiscal Notes, the Texas Comptroller’s Office takes a closer look at some of the industries most affected by the pandemic, including hotels and motels, restaurants and bars, … Read More

Developing and sticking to a savings plan will help Oklahomans meet their financial goals.

Source: Oklahoma State University | Jan. 15, 2021

The start of a new calendar is a great time to look more … Read More

Anyone who has ever participated in a group sport knows that the most successful teams are the ones where the players and coaches communicate well and recognize that the athletes each possess unique talents that can benefit the team. In much the same way, ranchers who assemble a team … Read More

Learning is a life-long process beyond reading, writing and arithmetic classes in school. It also includes money management skills, said Cindy Clampet, Oklahoma State University Extension assistant family resource management specialist. Although Oklahoma requires students to take a personal financial literacy class to graduate from high school, Clampet said learning principles … Read More

No doubt, feeder calf value begins with a healthy calf, but there’s more to profitability than that. Value creation starts by knowing what drives profitability for your customer – whether you’re a cow-calf producer or a cattle feeder – then taking the steps to raise a calf that … Read More

Diversification only makes sense if all parts of the business prosper. A recent article by Doug Ferguson discussed tracking enterprises within the business. In this article, Ferguson answers more questions about uncovering your true cost for success. -Beef Producer 

We all have changes we can make to in order to better our operations. We can tweak a grazing plan to get the full value of our grass. We can market our cattle in a way to capture appreciation value and deflect depreciation cost. We can learn about … Read More

How could a stellar employee transform your operation? What opportunities are you missing out on just because you don’t have the right people on your team? To poise your farm for future growth and new levels of success, you need to always be recruiting strong candidates. Ag Web offers … Read More

As feed prices rise, calf prices tend to trend lower, according to Karl Hoppe, the North Dakota State University Extension livestock systems specialist based at NDSU’s Carrington Research Extension Center. Feed prices have risen since last summer. For example, corn prices have increased $1 per bushel in some North … Read More