Extra leg hair will help your cattle appear to be bigger boned. Here’s how to keep that hair growing on your steer or heifer.
Kick off the year the right way with these five show cattle tips! Golden nuggets of show steer and heifer advice that we’ve collected over the last year!
It takes a village to raise a show kid!It’s true. You will want to grow your network and make a list of industry contacts as you expand your cattle showing career. We can’t think of a better resource to add to this list than the Hurst family of H & H Show Supply...
Great cattle, great customer service! Silver Barn Cattle is excited to be working with Mosiman Farms as a sponsor for the 2019 Competitive Edge Cattle Clinic! Mosiman Farms is a family owned farming and cattle operation in the heart of Kansas, just a few miles East...
Yesterday morning I woke up and wrote a letter. I’ll be honest. I didn’t expect anyone to actually read it. Every morning I have the same routine. My alarm sounds and I reach for my phone and check out social media for all the latest news. (You know, because...
In “An Open Letter to Ellen DeGeneres,” a Nebraska cattle woman urges the talk show host to educate herself about the agricultural industry.
In the fourth installment of our “On the Road to the Majors: Preparing for a Major Stock Show,” Shelly McQuaig and her husband Paul discuss the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE).
Our “On the Road to the Majors: Preparing for a Major Stock Show“ series continues. Our next interview is with Abby George who will discuss the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colorado.
We have officially entered Junior Nationals show season. As promised in “On the Road to the Majors: Preparing for a Major Stock Show,” we will be providing a series of interviews with folks who attend Major shows to give our readers inside information about these shows. We’re going to begin our series with an interview with our very own TJ Mills.
As you walk into the ring at a Major, you will feel excitement, nervousness, and fear. Remember that you are at the show to compete. You have worked hard to make it to the show, and you deserve the opportunity to show off your animal. Even if you don’t feel up to par with the rest, just remember at one point everyone is a beginner.