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Montana rancher and broadcaster Lane Nordlund hosts this monthly “coffee talk” style podcast focusing on the producers in the beef industry. Learn and laugh together with the stories of cattlemen and women from across the country. We all have stories to tell; we all have successes and failures; we all work with family and it’s always great to talk about what is going on in the beef industry across the country.

Montana rancher and broadcaster Lane Nordlund hosts this monthly “coffee talk” style podcast focusing on the producers in the beef industry. Learn and laugh together with the stories of cattlemen and women from across the country. We all have stories to tell; we all have successes and failures; we all work with family and it’s always great to talk about what is going on in the beef industry across the country.

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United States

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Montana rancher and broadcaster Lane Nordlund hosts this monthly “coffee talk” style podcast focusing on the producers in the beef industry. Learn and laugh together with the stories of cattlemen and women from across the country. We all have stories to tell; we all have successes and failures; we all work with family and it’s always great to talk about what is going on in the beef industry across the country.

Language:

English


Episodes

Cattle & Corn: Mike Drinnin

10/19/2020
Mike Drinnin and his family own and operate two commercial feedlot locations in Columbus and Palmer, Nebraska with a combined capacity of 13000 head. As the immediate past president of the Nebraska Cattlemen, Mike is a proven leader in the cattle industry.

Duration:01:00:16

A Rancher Buys a Butcher Shop

10/7/2020
Jake Feddes and his family raise Red Angus Cattle in Montana. They also have a branded beef brand. One day they got a call that the local meat shop was for sale. Learn more about how a ranch family took a leap of faith and bought a butcher shop.

Duration:00:53:30

The “Ranch Geek” Jared Wareham

9/20/2020
Jared Wareham, from Deepwater, Missouri has followed a non-traditional path into the livestock business. As a self-proclaimed “ranch geek”, the first-generation cattleman shares how he has committed himself to become a better stockman and leader in agriculture by continuing to learn, network with industry leaders, and much more.

Duration:00:51:47

Ranching on the Big Island of Hawai’i

9/1/2020
Doug Beaton and his family ranch on the northside of the Big Island of Hawai’i. Beaton discusses the opportunities and challenges ranchers face raising cattle on a tropical island and much more.

Duration:00:46:05

Calf health – birth to weaning

8/27/2020
Setting up a calf for success starts before calving season. Ron Scott, Ph.D. and Zack Dombek, DVM with Purina, share important information cattlemen and women should consider from breeding all the way to weaning.

Duration:00:48:14

Cattle and Politics

8/18/2020
From price discovery, the impact of COVID-19, meat processing, 2020 Election and much more, NCBA Vice President of Government Affairs Ethan Lane answers the “Cattlemen’s Call” sharing insight on policy and politics.

Duration:00:45:55

Steaks for Troops: Bill Broadie

7/22/2020
U.S. Marine Veteran Bill Broadie is a fourth-generation Kansas cattleman. Broadie founded the All American Beef Battalion to support service members and their families, both past and present. The group organizes and sponsors steak feeds, entertainment, programs, meetings, and projects with Service Members and their families. https://www.steaksfortroops.com/

Duration:00:28:01

Jaclyn Wilson: Livestock Leader

7/8/2020
5th generation rancher Jaclyn Wilson calls the Sandhills of Nebraska home. Wilson has multiple enterprises ranging from her commercial red Angus cattle herd, a cattle genetics recipient (recip) business, to building a direct to consumer beef brand. She also finds time to be a leader in the cattle industry and advocate for rural America.

Duration:00:55:54

Clint Berry: Looking at the big picture

6/18/2020
Clint Berry is a well-known face across the countryside. The fifth-generation cattlemen’s work in the livestock sector ranges from cow/calf, seedstock, marketing, processing and the feed yard. He answers the “Cattlemen’s Call” by sharing his thoughts on the cattle business, advice for producers to enhance their herd and much more. Picture: Superior Sunrise

Duration:00:55:08

FFA Still Building Leaders

5/29/2020
For over 90 years FFA has played a key role in building the next generation of agriculture leaders. No matter the circumstance, FFA continues to adapt to changing times. National FFA Officer Lyle Lodgemann and Ben Lastly Exec. Sec. of the Georgia FFA Assoc. join the podcast to give their perspective on FFA in today’s world.

Duration:00:52:44

Main Street Butcher: Lindsey Fulton Loken

5/7/2020
Lindsey Fulton Loken, owner of Blondies Butcher Shop in Wanamingo, MN, shares her story of being a small-town butcher, being a bridge between producers and consumers and sharing advice for those who are interested in the art of meat.

Duration:01:02:28

Beef: Direct to consumer advice

4/27/2020
There are many successes and challenges in creating a direct to consumer beef business. Jake Perino of Illinois, Joe Lowe of Kentucky and Traves Merrick from Missouri share their experiences and insight in the direct to the consumer marketplace. They give advice and answer questions that many in the countryside must weigh when considering the direct to consumer model. http://www.facebook.com/TheFarmShop https://twitter.com/OakHollowAngus https://gleondaangus.com/

Duration:01:11:41

CattleWoman, Cindy Tews

4/19/2020
California’s Cindy Tews was born and raised in the saddle. She co-owns Fresno Livestock Commission with her father, Phil Tews. Her family also runs a fall calving operation. An active member of the California’s Cattlemen’s Association, she is active on the local, state, and national level advocating for livestock producers.

Duration:00:34:41

NCBA officers discuss the impacts of Coronavirus

3/27/2020
In this edition of Cattlemen’s Call, NCBA leaders discuss the impact of Coronavirus on their lives and families, as well as how the pandemic is impacting the entire beef industry. Tune in and hear their first-hand experience and what NCBA is doing to help support the beef industry during this time of crisis.

Duration:00:57:50

Beef Problem Solver: Dean Fish

3/18/2020
Living a mile from the Mexican Border, Arizona rancher Dean Fish Ph.D. develops problem-solving research for his fellow beef producers. Fish is the ranch manager for the Santa Fe Ranch Foundation and a member of the NCBA Stockmanship and Stewardship Team. As a beef industry consultant, he shares his insight and thoughts on the beef industry in the latest Cattlemen’s Call Podcast.

Duration:00:52:35

Stewards Of The Land: Jim Strickland & Matt Lohr

3/5/2020
Blackbeard’s Ranch in Myakka, Florida was recognized as the 2019 Environmental Stewardship Award Program (ESAP) winner. Jim Strickland with Blackbeard’s Ranch and Matt Lohr, Chief of the Natural Resource Conservation Service, (NRCS) join the podcast. They share insight on how conservation practices keep ranches viable and sustainable and why cattlemen and women must be vocal about all they do in the countryside.

Duration:00:43:25

Optimizing Pasture Health

2/17/2020
Damon Palmer & Scott Flynn with Corteva Agriscience share insight on tools and management systems that cattlemen and women utilize to improve pastureland health.

Duration:00:29:00

Ag Influencers: Telling our story

2/12/2020
Kiah Twisselman, Courtenay DeHoff and Macey Hurst are well known agricultural influencers on social media. They share their stories of growing up in livestock production, challenges they’ve faced in their endeavors and how everyone has a role to play in telling agricultures story.

Duration:01:04:56

Industry Innovator: Jon Mollhagen

2/5/2020
From his own start in production agriculture in the 1980s to his creativity in his livestock handling equipment, Jon Mollhagen has revolutionized the livestock industry. Along with daughter and son, the Mollhagen’s own and operate Moly Manufacturing that makes products like the SILENCER Chute and the TurretGate. Jon looks back on his time in FFA, ranching and manufacturing.

Duration:00:31:18

Dan. The Voice.

1/9/2020
Dan McCarty’s deep bass voice is known by many. The Colorado rancher raises Gelbvieh cattle, is a talented auctioneer, and is now the voice of beef promotion. He answers the Cattlemen’s Call and shares insight on his unique ranching operation and his passion for the industry.

Duration:00:49:17