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Wyoming bred bull pulls down $98K

A Timberline son named Skyline sold on Feb. 11, for $98,000 at the recent Booth's Cherry Creek Angus bull sale. Shawn Booth, co-owner of the ranch talks about the bull and the family operation. ... Read More

K-State experts offer advice on getting heifers prepared for their first breeding season

Anyone who has lived with teenagers can attest that their food consumption can be high as they are rapidly growing to their adult size. In much the same way, growing beef herd replacement heifers also need to have their nutritional needs met so th... Read More

Panhandle Perspectives: Annual cow costs- the big three

When beef producers look at annual cow costs and doing an economic analysis, three categories tend to make up the largest percentage of total costs: feed, labor/equipment and cow depreciation. Other expenses, such as breeding expense and veterinary c... Read More

Nebraska Young Farmers and Ranchers Conference to take place in January

The 2021 Young Farmers and Ranchers Conference is set to take place January 29th and 30th in Kearney, NE.  Though a “young” farmer or rancher is considered to be 35 or under, all are welcome to attend. The conference will feature sessions on ... Read More

Nebraska man sentenced for letting more than 200 cattle die

GENEVA, Neb. (AP) — A 31-year-old southeast Nebraska man has been sentenced to 15 to 20 years in prison for letting more than 200 cattle die and for selling livestock he didn't own. Aaron Ogren, of Exeter, was sentenced Tuesday on seven charges.... Read More

Dawson County Cattlemen host first meeting of 2021

Dawson County Cattlemen continued their tradition of monthly meetings in 2021 hosting a meal, speaker and meeting at Kirk's in Lexington on January 7th. Dawson County Cattlemen's President Jonathan Garwood presided over the event and was excited to s... Read More