Managing a feedyard used to be fairly simple. You bought the cattle, you processed the cattle, the cattle were fed, and then sold. And that process repeated itself. In 2017, this kind of lack of attention to detail is a money-losing guarantee. Collecting data and understanding what is happening in your feedyard is essential to… Read More

As officials left the recent trilateral meeting between Canada, United States, and Mexico, RealAgriculture’s Shaun Haney was able to talk about the outcome of the meeting with Colin Woodall, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) vice president of government relations. When Shaun talked to John Masswohl, with the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association, it was clear that the… Read More

One of the major agriculture lobby organizations in the United States is the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF). With members across the country, there are many priorities for the AFBF under the new Trump administration. At this week’s National Cattlemen’s Beef Association meeting in Nashville, Shaun Haney spoke with AFBF president Zippy Duvall. Duvall is a… Read More

This week at the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) conference over 200 Canadians will descend on Music City to take in Cattleman’s College, network, and possibly attend committee meetings to influence the direction of the U.S., Canadian, and Mexican beef trading relationship. On RFD-TV’s Market Day Report, Shaun Haney discussed the special importance of this years… Read More

It is no secret that this is a big week at NCBA in Nashville for the Canadian, U.S., and Mexican beef industry. Trade is on tap in every meeting or side conversation throughout the Gaylord Opryland Convention Center. Wednesday morning, February 1, officials and invited guests from all three countries gathered for the annual NCBA trilateral… Read More

Every cowboy or cowgirl needs to make sure that they look good. Whether you are headed to church or on horseback on the ranch in East End, Saskatchewan, you need a cowboy hat that makes a statement about yourself. At NCBA 2012 in Nashville, my ranching friend Barry decided that he needed a new cowboy… Read More

The current beef-trade relationship between the U.S. and Canada is the best it’s been in a long time. That’s good. We do a lot of business with the U.S. and from a geographical perspective, there is a “convenience factor” that will always keep that relationship somewhat open no matter the issue. However, even with that… Read More