Daily Archives: October 27, 2017

American Gelbvieh Association to Host Commercial Cattlemen Educational Symposium

American Gelbvieh Association to Host Commercial Cattlemen Educational Symposium

All cattlemen and women are invited to attend the  American Gelbvieh Association’s (AGA) third annual commercial cattlemen’s educational symposium titled Cattlemen’s Profit Roundup. Cattlemen’s Profit Roundup will be held Friday, December 8, 2017, beginning at 1:30 p.m. CST at the Hyatt Regency Wichita in Wichita, Kansas. Cattle producers from all segments of the beef industry are invited to attend this free event that will feature industry-leading speakers. A provided beef lunch will be served prior to the event starting at 12:00 noon.

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Developing Michigan’s local, pasture-based, beef production system

Developing Michigan’s local, pasture-based, beef production system

Jason Rowntree

Michigan State University

Michigan is now one of the leaders in meeting the demand for local “pasture-based” beef with the help from a North Central Region (NCR) Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Research and Education Grant and educators who have been working hard to make it happen. Whether it’s on the dinner table at home, at the locally owned restaurant or at the farmers market, consumers are seeking more local food.

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14 Signs You Were Born & Raised A Farmer’s Daughter

14 Signs You Were Born & Raised A Farmer’s Daughter

Kelsey Gurtner

Whiskeyriff

Being a farmer’s daughter is more than just owning cowboy boots and knowing how to drive a stick. It’s something to be proud of and will forever be special to me. Here are 14 things you can relate to if your dad is a farmer.

1. You know it’s harvest season when your dad goes M.I.A.

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