In December, immediately after attending the Farm Forum Event in Saskatoon, I hit the air again, this time bound for Boise, Idaho. I was en route to Ranching for Profit, a course I signed up to attend with a few of my close family members. The only cautionary tales I had heard were from people who had not taken the course, and somehow believed that all alumni let their cows starve by not managing them. “After all, the cows should work for you, not you for the cows,” they would scowl, mockingly. I wasn’t sure what to think. On one…
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