Last updated on April 7th, 2022 at 02:46 pm

jacob tejral

Taking Time to Do It Right

Jacob Tejral was at a trade show several years ago, killing time between speakers, when he started talking to a Riomax® dealer who had a booth. “So I started picking his brain about it and he had a lot of really good things to say.”

Then, the dealer grabbed some customers who walked by. “They gave me their testimony and it sounded like a pretty good deal.”

Jared Hunter

Management That Pays the Bills

Hunter always knew his future was to be a rancher. Growing up on a registered Red Angus operation in Alberta, Canada, gave him the background, knowledge, and confidence to go out on his own…

cody morgan

Starting Young, Taking Advantage of Opportunities

Cody Morgan was born to be a rancher. Trouble is, he wasn’t born on a ranch. That minor impediment proved to be no problem…

chad sears

Remote Ranching the Easy Way

It’s often said that necessity is the mother of invention. In Chad Sears’ case, necessity was the driver for innovation, for taking a hard look at surviving drought and holding the herd together.

john sisk

Ranching in the High Desert Country of New Mexico

If you want to stump John Sisk, ask him for his definition of a good rancher. He’ll talk all day about genetics, pasture conditions, weather, weaning weights, breed-up and the rest of the many day-to-day things that occupy a rancher’s mind…

Brad Harris

Keeping the Culture in Agriculture Alive

Having a sustainable operation to bring the next generation back to is a big deal for this 19th Century homesteaded family ranch.

Casey Hilmes

First-Generation Cattleman Makes His Mark in the Show Cattle World

Do you have to be part of a multi-generation ranching family to get a start in the cattle business? Nope. Just ask Casey Hilmes. What you do need is passion, a work ethic, and mentors. That’s the triad that Hilmes employed to grow into a successful seedstock producer.

Dustin Heitkamp

Feed Efficiency Starts From the Ground Up

Want to know if your cows are getting enough protein? Just look down, says Dustin Heitkamp, a cow-calf producer from Wyndmere, North Dakota. “The one thing I think you should do is watch your manure. It tells you a lot,” he says.

Tim Douglas

Ranching in a Drought: It’s a Game of Cat and Mouse

“Two years ago was bad. Last year was bad. This year (2022) is worse, and the calves are still doing very well. The cows are doing good, too.”

Drought and heavy weaning calves. Drought and contented cows. Those things go together about like a cat at a mouse convention. Things can go south in short order. Especially if you’re the mouse.

Ralph Stock

Three Tringle Ranch: Keeping the Ranching Ethic Alive

Ask Ralph Stock for his definition of a good rancher and he sums his thoughts succinctly. “A good rancher is someone who cares as much for their cattle and their horses as they do their family.”

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