Right smack in the middle of National Finals Rodeo week comes the Working Ranch Expo!

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Think of it... America's ranchers will have just sold their fall calves and be looking for opportunities to re-invest whether on tractors, ATVs, trucks, trailers, chutes and scales, fencing, precondtioning, genetics and the list goes on. NFR by night, Working Ranch Expo by day. Throw in Cowboy Christmas in the hall next door and you've got a perfect trifecta.

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Now taking exhibitor reservations! Call your Working Ranch rep or show manager Gina Bryson at 817-614-3830 or email her at Gina@workingranchmag.com. Get the space you want... but hurry! It's first come, first served on the best booth locations!

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Much Ado at MIZZOU!

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By Troy Smith      Both had been raised in south-central South Dakota, but each lived ...

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Luckey Custom Feedlot

BVD-free, iPhone friendly and teamwork oriented By Heather Smith Thomas Ranchers who send their calves to a feedlot ...

Bovine Biodiversity

Lotsa different cattle to love By Jaime Pullman There are more than 1000 different cattle breeds on earth. ...
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Happy Friday folks! Check out our latest episode from the Working Ranch Radio Show! Ep 39: The TRUTH on Cow LongevityClick on the link below to listen to the latest podcast episode workingranch.podbean.com It’s a huge factor in the ranching business that affects profitability… and it’s called Cow Longevity. Dr. Bethany Funnell, with Purdue University, is our guest as we talk the economics of when that cow becomes a profit center, factors affecting longevity, and how we can increase the opportunity for that cow to be in our herd longer. On this episode of the #WRRS join The Captn’ Tim O’Byrne, Dr. Bethany Funnell, Purdue University and Meteorologist Don DayProduced & Hosted by Justin Mills #WorkingRanchRadioShow#workingranchmagazine #workingranchnation @justinmills.wyocowboy #ranchlife #ranching @dayweather #weather #beef #cows #livestock #cattle #profitability #ranchmanagement #Simmental #VitaCharge #PerformanceBeef #HargroveInsurance If you are in Instagram make sure you are following 👇🏻@workingranchmagazine@justinmills.wyocowboy@dayweather@pucvmIt’s a huge factor in the ranching business that affects profitability... and it’s called Cow Longevity. Dr. Bethany Funnell, with Purdue University, is our guest as we talk the economics of when that cow becomes a profit center, factors affecting longevity, and how we can increase the opportuni... ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Friday Everybody!! 🙌🏻 We have a new episode of the 🎙 #workingranchradioshow 👇🏻Ep 39: The TRUTH on Cow Longevity It’s a huge factor in the ranching business that affects profitability… and it’s called Cow Longevity. Dr. Bethany Funnell, with Purdue University, is our guest as we talk the economics of when that cow becomes a profit center, factors affecting longevity, and how we can increase the opportunity for that cow to be in our herd longer. On this episode join The Captn’ Tim O’Byrne, Dr. Bethany Funnell, Purdue University and Meteorologist Don Day #workingranchmagazine #workingranchnation Justin Mills] #ranchlife #ranching DayWeather] #weather #beef #cows #livestock #cattle #profitability #ranchmanagement #Simmental #VitaCharge #PerformanceBeef #HargroveInsurance Be sure to follow 👇🏻@workingranchmagazineJustin Mills]DayWeather]@pucvm ... See MoreSee Less
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