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Boost Sales Without Being a Pushy Salesman – Part 1

By   /  October 2, 2017  /  Marketing, Money Matters  /  No Comments

Whether selling a crop, an animal, or competing for a job or pasture lease, selling is part of our success. Here’s how to become more comfortable doing it.

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What Should You Charge for Prescribed Grazing?

By   /  August 28, 2017  /  Grazing Management, Marketing, Money Matters, Planning, Start Ups  /  1 Comment

Note from Kathy: I get this question a lot from folks who’d like to make money running livestock to manage vegetation. What they’re hoping I’ll give them is a solid dollar figure per animal. But it’s not so easy. Here, Dave Pratt tells you how to figure the right dollar figure for your business. There […]

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State by State Poultry Processing Laws

By   /  July 10, 2017  /  Marketing, Money Matters  /  Comments Off on State by State Poultry Processing Laws

Tracking down what your state’s poultry processing laws can be frustrating. So we knew that you’d like to see this map and chart from the Farmer to Consumer Legal Defense Fund. Just click on the map below and you’ll head over to their site. You can mouse-over your state to see what the processing limits […]

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What Size Cow Is Right for Grass-Finishing?

By   /  May 22, 2017  /  Marketing, Money Matters  /  3 Comments

One of our On Pasture readers sent us this question: I would like to know what size I should be buying cows in order to grass finish before slaughter. I know grass fed beef is different than grain fed beef. Can you help? Since John Marble frequents sale barns for some of the stock on […]

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Don’t Let a Down Market Get You Down

By   /  April 24, 2017  /  Leasing Pasture, Marketing, Money Matters, Start Ups  /  Comments Off on Don’t Let a Down Market Get You Down

When times get tough, the tough start…thinking differently. Kit shares some things to keep in mind when building a new cattle business or keeping your current operation profitable.

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