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Top Documentary Films: The Science Behind Cattle Ranches A cattle ranch is a business and should be treated as such. Many who want to start raising cattle probably have had the romantic visions of cowboys riding the range and herding cattle all sunny day and would love to be ones to do that on their own ranch. If only they knew they could do that simply by visiting a dude ranch on their summer vacations! Sitting in the saddle watching or herding cows all day doesn't earn you much money either. A ranch must be operated in a manner that best suits your production practices and will hopefully give you enough income to keep you going for years to come. The following should be considered essential in operating a cattle ranch: Keep and maintain all your records. This ranges from calving to fi...
The Five Nations Beef Alliance is committed to telling agriculture's story. These young people are raising the beef that is feeding the world. Hear the stories from Canada, United States, New Zealand, Australia and Mexico.
We asked cattlemen and women to share their thoughts on the biggest issues facing them in the daily effort to raise cattle and grow their family businesses. Go to this website for more information: www.BeefUSA.org
Made in 1949, CATTLE AND THE CORN BELT presents the story of meat and corn production in the American Middle West. It shows a typical cattle ranch and the duties of the cow-hand; transporting cattle to corn belt for fattening; typical corn-belt farm with mechanical harvesting methods; and an annual country fair. The film includes images of a slaughterhouse, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulation, railroads, stock yards, packing plants, and more. The film features images of Wyoming, Nebraska, Iowa (the leading corn growing state), farming and cultivation, manufacture of feed, harvesting of soybeans, silos, hog raising, cattle raising, and more. The Olson farm near Marshallton, Iowa is profiled at the 3 minute mark. Cattle from Wyoming end up at the Olson farm where they are fatte...
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A cowboy remembers the days of the great cattle drives, and the transformation of the western plains into a cattle kingdom. (8 mins) This module tells the story of the great cattle drives in the years after the American Civil War, when cheap southern beef was driven north out of Texas to the railheads of Kansas, to feed the cities in the North and on the eastern seaboard. Teddy Blue Abbott, a cowboy from those days, recalls the drover's life; he recalls how the trail became impassible once the homesteaders fenced off the Plains; and he recalls his last great drive, north to Montana, where he bought some land and exchanged the life of a drover for the life of a rancher. Written and directed by Andrew Chater. Originally commissioned and broadcast by the BBC. Copyright Andrew Chater / Lo...
The Tifton Bull Evaluation Center is a facility that UGA Extension operates to help improve genetics and the overall quality of the Georgia beef cattle industry. Every year, cattle producers send young bulls to the center for evaluation, after which many of the bulls are sold to the highest bidder. The Monitor’s Mark Wildman has the story.
NT WorkSafe brings you a documentary featuring the Northern Territory's cattle industry, a key driver or economic activity in many regional and remote areas in the territory.
Cattle Farming Part 1 : Cattle Farming in the Philippines brought to you by Agribusiness Philippines. Let's join Mr. Paciano Ramis as he tells us about the opportunities and potentials of Cattle Farming as a business through the history and experiences of Jolisa Agribusiness Corporation. Watch Agribusiness Home Based Business Opportunities for the OFW and their Family.
The Australian livestock export trade is committed to animal welfare. Find out the facts about the importance of animal welfare - on farms, livestock vessels and in overseas destinations. visit http://www.liveexportcare.com.au/ for more information
A panel of producers from around the country, join Kevin Ochsner for "Coffee Shop Talk". Hear from Craig Uden of Nebraska, Sasha Rittenhouse of Ohio, and Dan McCarty of Colorado as they tackle the tough issues - like the cattle markets. Go to this website for more information: http://www.BeefUSA.org