|March 2010 Issue||
Herd Health Filling in the Gaps Since the perfect forage doesn’t exist, read what Dr. Bryan McMurry and our friends at Cargill have to say about making it at least as perfect as we can.
Green Solutions Grass Fed Beef Are there health benefits to eating meat from Grass Fed Beef? Yes, but what are they really?
Next Generation Choosing the Right Vet Finding yourself in the need for a new veterinarian can be a worrisome predicament, especially for those of use who are very happy with the one we have or at least had. The first step is figuring out what your specific needs are.
Shoot-n-the Bull Next issue topics and press releases.
|February 2010 Issue||
Herd Health So you Want to be a Vet Learn from a former educator what it takes to be a vet, where the top vets schools are, and where the nation’s shortages are. Decide if this career is right for you.
Green Solutions Feed Additives Discover the intricate combinations to keep your heard healthy. Learn the nutritional management of feeding the herd to ensure your herds health and growth.
Next Generation The Future of Agricultural Education Higher Education is a must for anyone continuing into the producer business. Learn what is essential when continuing your education.
|January 2010 Issue||
|December 2009 Issue||
Future of the Cattle Industry Changes are happening everywhere, will the future of the cattle industry be changing as well?
|November 2009 Issue||
That Shrinking Feeling: With urban developments expanding, find out if you have to give up the farm so that the housing developments can build.
Farm Safety: Explore ways to help a cattle’s anxiety and ultimately your safety on the farm!
Cattle Equipment Review Farm Safety Systems: Plug n’ play options for securing your farm.
Cattle Equipment News: Tools and equipment for today’s cattlemen.
|October 2009 Issue|
|September 2009 Issue||This issues stories are: Foreign Investment in U.S. Beef Packing; Foreign investors are aggressively pursuing U.S. beef packing companies. Find out what effects these purchases are having on the industry. Winter Nutrition: Feed is the single highest production expense for most beef operations. Read about what steps should be taken to ensure that your herd’s winter nutritional needs will be met at the lowest possible cost. Electronic ID Review. American Cattlemen Product Preview Tools and equipment for today’s cattlemen.|
|August 2009 Issue||This issues stories are: It’s All About Quality; Find out how a city girl from West Palm Beach, FL, who attended Dartmouth College on a swimming scholarship and majored in psychology ended up a feed yard manger and the first recipient of the National Beef Quality Assurance Award sponsored by the national Cattlemen’s Beef Association. Selecting a Feedlot Site; Regulatory requirements increasingly dictate feedlot site selection. See how the Department of Agriculture in your state can help you in the selection of your next feedlot site. American Cattlemen Product Preview Tools and equipment for today’s Cattlemen.|
|July 2009 Issue||The American Cattlemen: is a magazine with products and services for American Cattlemen. This issues stories are: Trucker's Tale: Reduce stress through humane cattle handle; Why so many cattle truckers are attending cattle handling and transportation training. Can Commercial Cattlemen Make Al Pay; Artificial insemination may be easier and more efficient than most cattle producers realize. Product Review; Powerful tractor. Product Preview; Tools and equipment for today's Cattlemen.|
|June 2009 Issue||The American Cattlemen: is a magazine with products and services for American Cattlemen. This issues stories are: Profile of a Cattleman; Discover how someone who didn't grow up on a farm and worked as a Civil Engineer for 41 years becomes president of the National Cattleman's Beef Association. Cost challenges to Cow-calf Producers; Find out what some of the beef cattle industry experts are predicting for income and cost in the second half of 2009. Grass Finished Beef; Read how two producers, on century farms, made the switch back to grass-fed cattle.|