Animal Health, Nebraska Cattleman
By Nebraska Cattlemen / October 22, 2021

The Story Behind Antibiotic Stewardship on Your Operation

Telling your story – your side of the story – is not a new idea, but it has become more...

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Environment, Nebraska Cattleman, Weather
By Nebraska Cattlemen / October 11, 2021

Windbreaks – a Worthy Investment

“For every $1 invested in a livestock windbreak, a beef cow producer realizes $7 in return,” says Doak Nickerson, northwest...

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Nebraska Cattleman
By Nebraska Cattlemen / October 7, 2021

Beef Producer Safety Principles

The range of safety practices for beef producers covers many areas. Among the key principles for staying safe around livestock...

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Livestock Management, Market, Nebraska Cattleman, Risk Management
By Nebraska Cattlemen / September 27, 2021

Risk Management Considerations for Cow-Calf Operations

This year has been anything but low key in west central South Dakota where my wife and I, along with...

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Industry, Nebraska Cattleman
By Nebraska Cattlemen / September 23, 2021

Marketing Opportunities Abound Through Breed Associations

Whether it’s third-party verification, registered hybrid genetics or branded beef programs, breed associations are offering commercial producers numerous opportunities to...

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Membership, NCIG, Nebraska Cattleman
By Nebraska Cattlemen / September 14, 2021

Let’s Talk Health Insurance Options

Insurance … everyone’s least favorite topic, including mine. It doesn’t matter if we are talking about property and casualty or...

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Environment, Livestock Management, Nebraska Cattleman, Nutrition, Producer Education
By Nebraska Cattlemen / September 9, 2021

Savvy Feed Storage

How Smart Storage Options Can Help Maintain Feed Quality Like many areas across the country, Nebraska has seen a vast...

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Environment, Natural Resources, Nebraska Cattleman
By Nebraska Cattlemen / August 26, 2021

The Role of Natural Gas in February’s Power Shortages

Energy is an ever-growing topic in agriculture, especially after the power shortages producers experienced in the February 2021 Winter Storm...

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Animal Health, Beef, Livestock Management, Nebraska Cattleman
By Nebraska Cattlemen / August 23, 2021

Focusing on Efficiency to Help Offset Rising Feed Costs

This year’s increasing and volatile corn prices have producers and cattle feeders watching every penny – and every kernel –...

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Animal Health, Livestock Management, Nebraska Cattleman
By Nebraska Cattlemen / August 10, 2021

Managing Early Weaned Calves

Early weaning is typically defined as weaning before calves are 150 days of age. In extreme cases, beef calves may...

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