Too many irons in the fire by: Nicole Lane Erceg

Imagine turning the handle on the water faucet and nothing comes out. Reaching the scoop into the feedbag only to scrape the bottom and...

Project Outcome May Boost your Income by: Geoff Geddes

Enhancing knowledge is a worthy goal, but it won’t buy you a new barn. With that in mind, researchers on the Genome Alberta beef...

Buyer Beware by: Andrea Hanson, Beef Extension Specialist

The quality and quantity of forage in Alberta, really Western Canada and below the 49th parallel, is extremely varied.  Some producers have all they...

Dear Sask Roughriders, don’t you want me as a fan anymore?? by: Adrienne Ivey

It rained a lot last week. And when it rains here on the ranch, it means we typically have a little more time for...

Champions on the hoof and under the hide by: Abbie Burnett

Alexis “Lexi” Koelling has been pulling a heifer around since she was three. Now 15, she’s no stranger to the winner’s circle, but you...

Beef Project Gets to Meat of the Issue by: Geoff Geddes

As anyone prepping kids for the first day of school can attest, things don’t always go the way you planned them. The same cannot...

Once upon a pregnant cow By: Werdah Iqbal

There is no such thing as an “easy day” or “easy week” at the Gray County Veterinary Clinic – a morning packed with surgeries,...

Genome Researcher Has Come a Long Way…Literally by: Geoff Geddes

Given the dynamic nature of animal genetics, it seems fitting that one of its prominent scientists has moved from the family farm in Egypt...

Canfax a key player in getting beef industry established By: Lee Hart

The success of Canfax over the past 50 years recognizes the commitment of people and the use of technology to create a premier livestock...

Not one for small talk by: Miranda Reiman

Uncomfortable silence. If you don’t like it, you know the kind. Perhaps you’re just getting to know somebody, and you reach a point in the...
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