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A T-bone or a sirloin is a summer suppertime staple at our home. After working every day, I can easily pair a steak with a quick potato option, garden veggies and biscuits or popovers and have the meal on the table in less than half an hour. And it's consistently good, a meal we look forward to.

Don't miss the largest family event in the Brahman breed July 6-11, 2015, at the Four States Fairgrounds in Texarkana, Ark.

The Southeast Angus Classic Female Sale was held May 16, 2015 in Opelika, Ala.

Town Creek Farm (TCF) and owner, Milton Sundbeck, West Point, Miss., will host cattlemen from across the region during the 2015 Fall Brangus Conference and Southeast Brangus Breeders Association Field Day, August 20-22.

The replacement heifer is the foundation of a productive cowherd, and it is important to give her the best chance at having a long and productive life in the herd.

Across the United States, the makeup of commercial cow herds varies to fit various environments. In the South, increased heat and humidity require cattle that are able to perform in these conditions.

Auburn, Ala. -- Auburn University Department of Animal Sciences announces the 2015 Beef Cattle Conference for Saturday, August 8, 2015 at Auburn University Ham Wilson Livestock Arena and campus facilities.

The first public offering of new, genetically improved and performance-based Santa Gertrudis NuGen cattle were auctioned in at the NuGen Foundation Sale and Celebration in Ringgold, Ga., in mid-April.

Stress is continually imposed upon production animals to provide more meat and milk products. To maximize yield, it is imperative to keep animals as comfortable as possible and maintain feed intake for conversion into meat and milk.

There are a big number of sports and projects for youth and adults same to focus their attention toward. Whichever activities people pick, it is eventually understood that there are some proven methods for success.

As unsettling as it might be to suggest or consider, by some projections, the next two decades could be the most profitable the U.S. cattle business has ever seen.

I could never be a purebred breeder because I couldn't receive every the paper work done, especially naming the animals. It's difficult enough coming up with titles to my weekly columns but to have to name 500 or 1,000 cattle every year would steer me even more crazy.

There are somewhere in the neighborhood of 700,000 beef cattle operations in the United States. Of these there are tens of thousands of purebred or seed stock operations.

Chipoltle wants their pork to arrive from free-rooting hogs who eat non GMO rations and snooze in deeply bedded barns and Panera Bread came out with a No-No list of things they want no part of, including artificial preservatives, colors, sweeteners and flavors.

The Third Annual ABBA Spring Select Sale was the best to date with more participation by both consignors and buyers as well as a $1,150 higher average as compared to last year. has all the latest cattle news including the up to the minute USDA Market Reports. Check it out. has news of interest to commercial cattle producers. If you are a serious cattle producer this is the place for you!