Ep 96: Winter Cow Nutrition
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2w ago
It seems like no two years are alike, which is what makes winter nutrition for our cows a moving target.  Dr. Megan Van Emon (Montana State University) and Dr. Eric Bailey (University of Missouri), join me as we talk about winter cow nutrition.  From the winter ranges in the West, to cattle on fall fescue in the Midwest and Eastern seaboard, down to the drought regions of the Southern plains. #workingranchmagazine #workingranchnation #justinmills.wyocowboy #ranchlife #ranching #dayweather #weather #agweather #beef #cows #livestock #cattle #zinpro #ProFusionDrench #zoetisus #biozyme ..read more
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Ep 95: Post Election Reflection for Ranching
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by Working Ranch Radio Show
3w ago
Tired of the political spin on the election outcome?  Me too… so how about we talk about how it will it affect our business as ranchers.  Jess Peterson and Lia Biondo, US Cattlemen’s Association, join me to talk about what’s next following this past election on several livestock bills that are currently before congress.  Plus, will talk about how this election will affect the upcoming Farm Bill and how important it is to be involved in our industry groups and as well as our role is as constituents and ranchers. LINK: Information on 15th Annual US Cattlemen's Association Meeting ..read more
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Ep 94: Kent Rollins – Cowboy, Cook, and YouTube
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3w ago
Kent Rollins, out of Hollis, OK, has made a name for himself bringing Cowboy Cookin' to the world through his appearances on national television shows and now his YouTube channel seen by millions. With the help of his wife Shannon, Kent’s become a YouTube sensation with videos that stir up our memories of the food growing up... plus he's become a great spokesperson for our beef industry.  Join us as we talk with Kent about what influenced him growing up, his experiences on national television, and his current projects. Click for Kent Rollins YouTube Channel #workingranchmagazine #workingr ..read more
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Ep 93: Weather Events, Climate Change, and Winter/Spring Outlook
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1M ago
We welcome back Meteorologist Don Day for the entire show.  Our discussion of La Nina, sea surface temperatures, and some extreme weather events leads us down the road of climate change.  Plus, he’ll give us his perspective on when he believes the La Nina will fade and how that will affect eight regions across North American.  And, what years does he predict to see, in general, a wetter than average year across the county?  Listen in to find out.  #workingranchmagazine #workingranchnation #justinmills.wyocowboy #ranchlife #ranching #dayweather #weather #agweather #beef ..read more
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Ep 92: Transportation… Something You Can’t Overlook
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1M ago
It’s the time of year where we see a large volume of livestock being shuttle across the country… and most of it is in the form of a truck and a cattle pot.  Alleah Hilker Heise, President of Steve Hilker Trucking joins us as we dial in on the Transportation Industry.  Well talk about the issues that are critical for ranchers, why we can't just sit on the sidelines, and what we can do... including how to provide good directs.  #workingranchmagazine #workingranchnation #justinmills.wyocowboy #ranchlife #ranching #dayweather #weather #agweather #beef #cows #livestock #cattle #zinpr ..read more
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Ep 91: Florida… Our Heritage, It’s Cattle, and Hurricanes
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by Working Ranch Radio Show
1M ago
If you want to talk about the heritage of the cattle industry in North America, then let’s talk about Florida. Jim Handley, Executive Vice-President of the Florida Cattlemen’s Association is my guest as we discuss what the Florida Cattle Industry looks like today, how they've evolved to meet the demands of the market in the last 20 years, as well as the political issues that affect them.  And of course, we’ll have to talk about how they deal with those destructive hurricanes. If you thought you knew everything about the Florida cattle industry, you might be surprised. *Click here for ..read more
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Ep 90: Genomic Testing: Eliminate the Guessing Game
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2M ago
For decades making management decisions about the genetic direction of your herd was often a game of time… years… and added to that was an element of risk.  However, the use of Genomic Testing has unveiled a whole new level of management for a rancher’s ability to make solid and profitable decision regarding their genetic investments. Dr. Kent Andersen joins me today as we talk about the practical application of using genomic testing on your cattle whether you’re running purebred or commercial cattle.  At the end of the day, it all boils down to profitability. Resources & Links ..read more
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Ep 88: American Agri-Women: A Force for Truth
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by Working Ranch Radio Show
2M ago
Started in 1974, the American Agri-Women has become a solid and credible voice for agriculture.  To quote from their website they "strive to be a force for truth, a reasoned, non-partisan voice for the agricultural community to the public".  Heather Hampton-Knodle is the current President, and on this episode, we talk about the issues they are focused on, the role they play in representing our industry, and how they stay out of the fray on the issues that have been divisive to the beef industry. #workingranchmagazine #workingranchnation #justinmills.wyocowboy #ranchlife #ranching #da ..read more
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Ep 87: Fall Cow Work… Are We Making the Most of It?
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2M ago
It’s pretty easy to hit the "Repeat" button as we approach and go through our fall cow work… from Pre-Conditioning to Weaning to Preg Checking.  Some may have to re-evaluate due to drought while other can do what’s been done traditionally.  But the question is, "Is what you're doing leaving you at a net positive or a net negative financially when the dust settles?"  Dr. Steve Paisley with the University of Wyoming is my guest as we talk about what you can do to make the most of your fall cow work. #workingranchmagazine #workingranchnation #justinmills.wyocowboy #ranchlife #ranch ..read more
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Ep 85: Should I Sell My Carbon Credits?
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3M ago
Carbon Credits… it’s an emerging market that many ranchers are very uncertain about.  Today try to unravel some of the questions on this complex topic stemming from a webinar put out by the King Ranch Institute for Ranch Management.  My guests are Dr. Clay Mathis (King Ranch Institute for Ranch Management), carbon credit expert Dr. Jason Sawyer (Chief Science Officer for the East Foundation), and Attorney Tiffany Lashmet, (Texas A&M AgriLife Extension).  Click On Links Below: Webinar: Should I Sell My Carbon Credits? A Decision Guide for Ranchers Official White Paper #work ..read more
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