November 28, 2022
The new year is just around the corner and the next calving season will be here before you know it. Ray Williams joins the show to discuss what cattle producers can do to straighten out their herd records in a way that will move them toward their goals faster. Ray discusses what data points can be collected and different options for collecting them. We also talk about different methods for tagging calves and giving them their unique ID.
Alphanumeric Tagging Codes & Years
Full Show Notes
November 21, 2022
Cattle producers have been focused on sustainability for generations, but how can they stay on top of this and continue to be progressive? Steve Wooten joins the show to discuss his family’s operation and how they continue to improve.
1. What sustainability looks like on cattle operations
2. How you make changes to move in this direction
3. How sustainable practices impact your profitability in the long run
Full Show notes
Red Angus Programs
November 14, 2022
Keep your cattle in and the wolves, coyotes, elk, deer and other wildlife out with these fencing strategies shared by Liam Shaw. Liam discusses several different fencing strategies to keep predators and wild game away from your herd and hay in this short podcast episode.
November 7, 2022
Robbie Johnson joins the show to help cattle producers prepare for winter by making sure they set up their fences properly for grazing cornstalks. Robbie covers what types of energizers, posts, insulators and wire to consider using and offers tips for establishing a proper ground. If you watch the video he even shows examples of Gallagher products that can be used.
October 31, 2022
Jason Medows joins the show this week to discuss comparison syndrome and how it impacts management decisions for cattle producers. He also brings to light methods of pulling yourself out of comparison syndrome and how to create a healthier relationship with your farm and ranch.
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October 24, 2022
Herd Health & Grazing
Learn how beef producers in Quebec have used intensive grazing to improve their herd health, while creating a business that fits their lifestyle. Brian and Kim Maloney with Brylee Farms, join the show this week to discuss their process for buying cattle, grass finishing them and selling the meat directly to consumers.
Herd Health Resources