Mythbusters
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Myths fresh from the hallways, forums in Denver

When I started Mythbuster Mondays a few weeks ago, I told you we hear these statements everywhere. Well, last week while I was at the Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show in Denver, I made note of a few details that could use a little straightening out. They’ll make good fodder for the rest of […]

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Hot topics, On the road
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Freezing in Denver, grilling on my mind

My favorite time of year The National Cattle Industry Convention has always held a bit of a soft spot in my heart. In my first year attending the San Antonio event as a high school senior, I quickly learned that this was a place where ideas were born, friends were made, business was taken care of, […]

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Mythbusters
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Mythbuster Monday: When is marbling made?

 Welcome to Miranda’s Mythbuster Monday! Today I’m going to tackle a myth that’s steeped in tradition. Usually I’m all about traditions, like playing board games at Christmas and getting to pick my own birthday dessert. But whether it’s tradition or just old data, this myth still persists. Time to toss out traditional thinking and investigate research […]

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The Purpose Driven Herd
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Keepers & flex cows

Hey fellow seekers, What if you suddenly got word that there’d be room for you to run 25% more cows this year? It would probably be all about inventory, anything that would count as a cow. So it was for me when I was in that position several years ago. Cows that should have been culled, […]

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Mythbusters
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A new tradition: Mythbuster Monday

When I was hired by CAB in 2006, I was stoked. I was finishing my senior year of college and like the typical fresh-faced grad, I knew it all. I knew I was joining an enthusiastic team that promoted the world’s largest brand of beef. I knew they were going to pay me to do […]

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