Injection Tips to Remember at Calf-Working Time

Spring is the time for calving seasons, with April and May traditionally when “spring round-ups” take place. This is the time that large and small cow/calf operations schedule the “working” of the calves. As the majority of the calves reach their second month of life, it is time to castrate the male calves (if this has not […]

4 Things to Do When Your Kids Come Home to Farm

Matt and Lisa Moreland hoped at least one of their sons would return to their farm based near Medford, Okla. What they didn’t anticipate was all three sons – James, Will and David – wanted to join the family business once they completed their college degrees.  “It put me back on my heels. I thought, […]

Capturing Enterprise Income Opportunity through Enhancing Biodiversity

Diversity in the wildlife on your ranch is a strong sign that your ecosystem is in line with nature, but it can also open up the door to potential streams of revenue for your ranch. Ranchers like you are embracing wildlife and biodiversity on their ranches as a way to capture opportunity through hunting and […]

Finding Common Ground Through Conservation

Trust In Beef partners National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and Ducks Unlimited have partnered to explore the relationship between working lands and recreational grounds through a video series called “Voices of the Outdoors.”    In the series, they pair outdoor enthusiasts with farmers and ranchers to see how a shared value in caring for the land is […]