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Ranching, Cattle, Cowboys, Rodeo, Markets, and the Western Way of Life. Tigger & BEC focus on Rural America. Heard on SiriusXM RFD-TV Rural Radio, Public AM/FM Radio, as a Podcast or YouTube. Tigger & BEC represent the Working Ranch world, providing the cowboys, cowgirls & successful farmers with the knowledge needed to bring high-quality beef to your table for dinner.

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Ranching, Cattle, Cowboys, Rodeo, Markets, and the Western Way of Life. Tigger & BEC focus on Rural America. Heard on SiriusXM RFD-TV Rural Radio, Public AM/FM Radio, as a Podcast or YouTube. Tigger & BEC represent the Working Ranch world, providing the cowboys, cowgirls & successful farmers with the knowledge needed to bring high-quality beef to your table for dinner.

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Episodes

How To Never Have Your Cows Lose Their Ear Tags Again

2/18/2024
We share how you can never worry about your cows losing their ear tags again. We have lots of sale barn reports, PETA tries to strike again, market recaps, cattle for sale and it’s all wrapped into this episode of The Ranch It Up Radio Show. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 172 DETAILS With all discussions around electronic identification, many third party verification companies have been demonstrating their latest advances in tag and identification reading systems. This makes sense because many of the programs offered for selling feeder cattle, have to have some sort of permanent identification. What we find so interesting is each cow, bull, steer, and heifer is unique in its physical identification, meaning its face is a one-of-a-kind, just like a fingerprint for you and me. What if we could identify each animal just by their face? Now I am not talking about how pretty much all of us can identify every cow in our herds by looking across the pasture and we remember her information. I still remember cows from when I was a kid. I am talking about being able to access a complete database, not by a tag, but by its face. Think that is years away? No sir. That technology is here and now. We introduce you to 406 Bovine. PETA strikes again. This time attacking carousels. We have market reports from Stockmen's Livestock Exchange. Plus how high will the markets go and why? Justin Tupper from St. Onge Livestock joins us to discuss the feeder cattle market. 406 BOVINE - FACIAL RECOGNITION IN CATTLE About 406 Bovine 406 Bovine provides a facial recognition software that rapidly identifies cattle in an unconfined setting by capturing animal-specific facial data. This data uploads to leading livestock management platforms through our rest API. Their mission is to shape the future of Agriculture by creating technology that improves livestock operations and gives producers the best tools and service in the world. The vision of 406 Bovine is to put the best technology possible in the hands of every livestock producer. Why Should Producers Choose 406 Bovine 406 Bovine is an industry leading expert in developing Livestock Management APIs. The team develops technology to improve overall animal health while increasing production and efficiency throughout cattle operations. COW COUNTRY NEWS Peta Wants People To Stop Riding Fiberglass Merry-Go-Round Horses TMZ says PETA is calling out a Kansas company, called Chance Rides, for putting animal designs on carousels. The animal rights group sent a letter to the company asking them to remove the animals from the carousels and replace them with vehicles or whimsical designs. PETA argues that having animal-themed carousels promotes the exploitation of animals and can lead to real-life animal abuse UPCOMING BULL SALES ANGUS CHAROLAIS HEREFORD GELBVIEH BALANCER RED ANGUS SIMMENTAL SIMANGUS Chestnut Angus Farm: February 25, 2024, Pipestone, Minnesota Mason Angus & SimAngus: March 2, 2024, Broken Bow, Nebraska Pederson Broken Heart Ranch: March 6, 2024, Firesteel, South Dakota Mar Mac Farms: March 6, 2024, Brandon, Manitoba Leland Red Angus & Koester Red Angus: March 8, 2024, Beach, North Dakota RBM Livestock: March 10, 2024, Florence, South Dakota Sundsbak Farms: March 16, 2024, Des Lacs, North Dakota Hidden Angus: March 17, 2024, Sebeka, Minnesota Vollmer Angus Ranch: April 2, 2024, Wing, North Dakota BULL SALE REPORT & RESULTS Churchill Cattle Company Van Newkirk Herefords Gardiner Angus Ranch Cow Camp Ranch Jungels Shorthorn Farms Ellingson Angus Frey Angus Ranch Edgar Brothers Angus Schaff Angus Valley Prairie Hills Gelbvieh Clear Springs Cattle Company CK Cattle Mrnak Hereford Ranch Frey Angus Ranch Hoffmann Angus Farms Topp Herefords FEATURING Bryan Elliott 406 Bovine https://www.406bovine.com/ @406bovine Stockmen’s Livestock...

Duration:00:27:00

Bull Sales Are On Fire!!!

2/16/2024
It’s the Ranch It Up Radio Show Herd It Here Weekly Report! A 3-minute look at cattle markets, reports, news info, or anything that has to do with those of us who live at the end of dirt roads. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC' by subscribing on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 16 DETAILS Bull sales are ringing the bell all over the boards! Averages are going up along with the genetics and consistency of bulls being offered. Today we recap a couple bull sales that many have inquired about. We take a look at Schaff Angus Valley and Topp Herefords SCHAFF ANGUS VALLEY COMPLETE REPORT CLICK HERE TOPP HEREFORDS COMPLETE REPORT CLICK HERE For those interested in learning more about their genetics and how they work, The King Ranch Institute For Ranch Management is offering an online or in person training session February 23 - 24, 2024 in Fort Worth, Texas called Application of Advanced Genetic Technology in Beef Cattle. Genetic technology in the beef industry changes so rapidly, it becomes a full time task for producers to keep up. In this workshop, participants will revisit basic genetic principles and be introduced to the new technology. Beef cattle genetics experts will teach the use of new tools and how to apply advanced genetic technologies in the real world of seedstock and commercial cattle production. Learning objectives include: Develop breeding objectives by identifying environmental constraints, marketing alternatives, and the economic relevance of traits Decipher performance measures, adjusted data, ratios, and Expected Progeny Differences (EPDs) Understand selection accuracy, confidence intervals, and strategies for multiple trait selection Application of advanced genetic tools including genomically enhanced EPDs and marker-assisted management in genetic advancement For More Information, click HERE SPONSORS American Gelbvieh Association https://gelbvieh.org/ @AmericanGelbvieh Ranch Channel https://ranchchannel.com/ @RanchChannel Questions & Concerns From The Field? Call or Text your questions, or comments to 707-RANCH20 or 707-726-2420 Or email RanchItUpShow@gmail.com FOLLOW Facebook/Instagram: @RanchItUpShow SUBSCRIBE to the Ranch It Up YouTube Channel: @ranchitup Website: RanchItUpShow.com https://ranchitupshow.com/ The Ranch It Up Podcast is available on ALL podcasting apps. https://ranchitup.podbean.com/ Rural America is center-stage on this outfit. AND how is that? Because of Tigger & BEC... Live This Western Lifestyle. Tigger & BEC represent the Working Ranch world by providing the cowboys, cowgirls, beef cattle producers & successful farmers the knowledge and education needed to bring high-quality beef & meat to your table for dinner. Learn more about Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt & Rebecca Wanner aka BEC here: TiggerandBEC.com https://tiggerandbec.com/ #RanchItUp #StayRanchy #TiggerApproved #tiggerandbec #rodeo #ranching #farming REFERENCES https://krirm.tamuk.edu/genetic-technology/ https://ranchchannel.com/topp-herefords-bull-sale/ https://ranchchannel.com/schaff-angus-valley-production-sale/

Duration:00:03:00

Mandatory Or Voluntary Electronic Identification In Cattle

2/11/2024
We dive into the very controversial topic of mandatory versus voluntary electronic identification. What is happening, why and the updates. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC', and our crew as we bring you the latest in markets, news, and Western entertainment on this all-new episode of the Ranch It Up Radio Show. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 171 DETAILS Mandatory EID or Voluntary EID, Electronic Identification, that is the question, and that has everyone in the cattle sector buzzing. Recently the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, NCBA proposed various recommendations around mandatory electronic identification. After meetings last week in Orlando, Florida, it was voted to lessen the recommendations. It is important to note that nothing is in law yet. It is business as normal for cattle producers, but questions are still being raised, and rightfully so. Many producers across the country voiced their opinions, for and against. And equally important is the fact that producers voiced their opinions. Why are some in favor of mandatory EID, and why are some against it? Let’s start tackling this issue by visiting with the president of the United States Cattlemen's Association and the general manager of St. Onge Livestock in St. Onge, South Dakota. TRACEABILITY & ELECTRONIC ID’S According to the Tri-State Livestock News and the Rural Radio Network, the NCBA Cattle Health and Wellbeing Committee supported an amendment to a current policy at its recent convention. The wording that was added included NCBA supporting the adoption and implementation of electronic identification for interstate movement of all sexually intact cattle 18 months and older, which appears to jive with USDA’s proposed rule. According to the Bryce Doeschot story by Rural Radio Network, NCBA’s committee approved the following language: “NCBA supports adoption and implementation by the beef cattle industry of electronic identification (EID) devices for interstate movement of all cattle. (Sexually intact cattle > 18 months, rodeo and exhibition cattle, dairy cattle) Be it further resolved, NCBA will provide outreach and education to members following anticipated publication of USDA’s final rule requiring EID devices for interstate movement of all subject to the 2023 USDA Animal Disease Traceability rule (sexually intact cattle > 18 months, rodeo and exhibition cattle, dairy cattle). Be it further resolved, NCBA will support a private, industry managed, non-government Independent Database Collaborator (IDC) to serve as a hub for critical data, coordination, including data collection and housing for four data points (ID number, time, date and location); seamless coordination with USDA’s Animal Health Event Repository (AHER) and major animal identification program organizations; and a defined process for animal health officials to interact with the IDC in the event of a disease event of national significance.” In a radio interview, Jaclyn Wilson with Nebraska Cattlemen and NCBA said NCBA continues to support a voluntary ID system. Justin Tupper, President of the US Cattlemen’s Association and the manager of St. Onge Livestock, St. Onge, South Dakota said commerce will be hugely affected by a mandatory electronic tagging system, if USDA implements one. This is a concern of many cattle producers and auction market owners. Requiring electronic identification on all cattle would be “messy” said Tupper and he also pointed out that producers in his part of the country don’t want their data/ cattle numbers, etc., being made available to the public. “These big sales in the fall, we can barely find enough help to begin with,” he said. He added that cattle shrink and lose weight by putting them through a chute and checking tags or applying tags. “It would be unfeasible during the fall run, especially here,” he said. USCA supports...

Duration:00:27:00

How Low Are Cattle Inventory Numbers & Activists Attack Agriculture

2/9/2024
It’s the Ranch It Up Radio Show Herd It Here Weekly Report! This week we take a closer look at the current beef cow herd numbers and how they compare to years past and animal activist groups are becoming extremely aggressive in shutting down animal agriculture. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC' by subscribing to your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 15 DETAILS U.S. cattle inventory reaches 73-year low According to Meating Place, not many ranchers active today will remember the last time the U.S. cattle industry was this small. On January 1, 2024, the All Cattle and Calves inventory was 87.15 million head, the smallest total inventory since 1951. The All Cattle and Calves inventory is 1.9% smaller year over year and is the fifth consecutive year of declining cattle inventories, a total decrease of 7.65 million head or 8.1% since the most recent peak in 2019. The 2023 calf crop was 33.6 million head, down 2.5% year over year and the smallest calf crop since 2014. The January 1, 2024 beef cow herd inventory was 28.22 million head, down 2.5% year over year and a decrease of 3.47 million head or 10.9% lower, from the cyclical peak in 2019 (Table 1). The current beef cow inventory is the smallest beef cow herd since 1961. Table 1 shows that the top ten beef cow states, which currently represent 57.3% of total beef cows, accounted for 79.4% of the year over year decrease in total beef cow numbers and 67.7% of the decrease from 2019 to 2024. The inventory of beef replacement heifers on January 1, 2024 was 4.86 million head, down 1.4% year over year. However, the 2023 beef replacement heifer inventory was revised down by 4.5% from the initial value reported one year ago. Thus, the 2024 inventory of beef replacement heifers is down 11.4% from the 2022 inventory and is the smallest beef replacement heifer total since 1950. Since 2001, USDA has provided the portion of beef replacement heifers that are expected to calve in the coming year. The current inventory of these bred beef heifers is 3.05 million head, the smallest in the data back to 2001. The estimated supply of feeder cattle outside feedlots is calculated by summing the inventories of other heifers, steers >500 pounds and calves <500 pounds and subtracting the inventory of animals already in feedlots. On January 1, 2024, inventories of other heifers, steers, and calves under 500 pounds were all down year over year and feedlot inventories were up 1.6% leading to an estimated supply of feeder cattle outside feedlots of 24.2 million head, down 4.2% from one year ago. The estimated feeder supply can be consistently calculated back to 1972 and the 2024 value is the smallest in that 53-year period. The smaller cattle inventory is projected to result in a decrease of about five percent in total beef production to roughly 25.5 billion pounds in 2024. That’s three times as much beef as was produced in 1951, the last time the total cattle inventory was this small; impressive growth in productivity in the beef cattle industry. Nevertheless, the current ability to produce beef is smaller than the market potential today and the industry will look to rebuild numbers and increase beef production when conditions allow. Restaurant and retail partners remain 'under pressure' by animal rights extremists Any company involved in the production, processing, and retailing of dairy, meat, poultry, eggs, and seafood has at least one thing in common — the potential to be targeted by animal rights extremist organizations. These groups are opposed to people using animals for any purpose, including for food. Among the many tactics used to advance their goal of eliminating animal agriculture and taking animal products off of our plates, one is of primary concern to any consumer-facing food brand (and those that supply them) — pressure campaigns and pushing for “incremental changes” which they claim are in the...

Duration:00:03:00

This Is How Much To Spend On Your Next Herdsire

2/4/2024
We try to answer one of your questions, how much to spend on your breeding bulls. We have producer updates, bull sale results and lots more. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC', and our crew as we bring you the latest in markets, news, and Western entertainment on this all-new episode of the Ranch It Up Radio Show. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 170 DETAILS We are in that busy time of year when many producers are pouring over various sale catalogs trying to find their next herdsires and/or additions to their bull battery. There is no “tried and true” method to determine how much we should spend. It all comes down to personal perception and what we think we need to improve our herds and take our genetics to a certain level. Marty Ropp has marketed more bulls than you and I will ever see in a lifetime and he joins us today to answer your very specific questions. We have bull sale results, producers updates, news you need to hear about fake and cultivated meat and lots more. It’s all covered on this brand new episode of The Ranch It Up Radio Show! ALLIED GENETIC RESOURCES The seedstock business offers only two important value propositions: Genetic Improvement and Customer Service. The owner/members of Allied Genetic Resources understand this as well as anyone in the genetics business, and that is why Allied works with this committed group in an effort to enhance both important areas. Chosen for their combined reputation for value and service, these producers truly understand that if their customers are profitable in the long term, they have the greatest potential to be successful as well. They call this their “Full Circle” approach to the beef business. Valuable and ever improving genetics for the commercial beef industry is the foundation. Built around profit potential and simplicity, the nearly 80 independent Allied owners design, build and then service genetic products that set the industry standard for value. In all, more than 6000 commercial bulls will be marketed by this group with a coast to coast spread of suppliers and customers. With multiple options for designed, composited and purebred seedstock developed in nearly every production environment, you can be assured of consistent supply backed by years of successful experience breeding and marketing genetics. Once the foundation is secured, crucial customer services set our business apart. Allied is designed to work with the customer base of our owner/members. Without advanced service, selected genetics can still fall short of expectation. Everyone involved with Allied Genetic Resources is committed to making sure the customer comes first, maximizing the opportunity to benefit from good choices and quality relationships. Commercial producers all across America are choosing to work more closely with the Allied team because they know we work for them. Whether it is accessing genetics designed for your program’s success, assistance with proven commercial marketing options, strategic alignment with the beef business, or even developing long term strategies, the simple mission of Allied staff is commercial customer success. Allied Genetic Resources - Sale Management The Allied Genetic Resources Sale Management team has been your trusted source for marketing and sourcing Seedstock for well over a decade. With over 50 years of combined experience, we have the knowledge and expertise to help move your program forward. Our professional sales staff knows the ins and outs of conducting a successful production sale. There are many services we offer with full-service sale management. Some of the services provided include marketing plan creation and execution, sale book preparation and design, sale cattle selection, and advice on preparation, to name a few. Sale day services include assistance with sale penning, sale order, clerking, as well as sourcing cattle...

Duration:00:27:02

Mandatory EID Discussions

2/2/2024
It’s the Ranch It Up Radio Show Herd It Here Weekly Report! A 3-minute look at cattle markets, reports, news info, or anything that has to do with those of us who live at the end of dirt roads. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC' by subscribing on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 14 DETAILS We are wrapping up our coverage of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) Convention and Trade Show in Orlando, Florida. There has been a lot of optimism coming from producers from all across the country about the current cattle prices. At the same time, there is a tremendous discussion about the proposed mandatory electronic identification of all classes of beef cattle. The important take away is as of today it is business as usual and nothing has been voted into law. We will be discussing this in great detail on upcoming episodes! SPONSORS American Gelbvieh Association https://gelbvieh.org/ @AmericanGelbvieh Ranch Channel https://ranchchannel.com/ @RanchChannel Bred For Balance Sale https://www.bredforbalance.com/ Prairie Hills Gelbvieh https://prairiehillsgelbvieh.com/ @gelbviehbulls Questions & Concerns From The Field? Call or Text your questions, or comments to 707-RANCH20 or 707-726-2420 Or email RanchItUpShow@gmail.com FOLLOW Facebook/Instagram: @RanchItUpShow SUBSCRIBE to the Ranch It Up YouTube Channel: @ranchitup Website: RanchItUpShow.com https://ranchitupshow.com/ The Ranch It Up Podcast is available on ALL podcasting apps. https://ranchitup.podbean.com/ Rural America is center-stage on this outfit. AND how is that? Because of Tigger & BEC... Live This Western Lifestyle. Tigger & BEC represent the Working Ranch world by providing the cowboys, cowgirls, beef cattle producers & successful farmers the knowledge and education needed to bring high-quality beef & meat to your table for dinner. Learn more about Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt & Rebecca Wanner aka BEC here: TiggerandBEC.com https://tiggerandbec.com/ #RanchItUp #StayRanchy #TiggerApproved #tiggerandbec #rodeo #ranching #farming

Duration:00:03:00

This Is Why Gelbvieh, Balancer, & Red Angus Cattle Work

1/28/2024
Gelbvieh, Balancer, and Red Angus cattle work for this Northern seedstock producer. We have news and updates from the USDA Grading System, market recaps, hay auctions and lots more right here. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC', and our crew as we bring you the latest in markets, news, and Western entertainment on this all-new episode of the Ranch It Up Radio Show. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 169 DETAILS It started in 1948, a dedication to the cattle business and a desire to improve the genetics being offered. Today Prairie Hills Gelbvieh is on top of their game raising sought after Gelbvieh, Balancer and Red Angus Genetics. We head to Gladstone, North Dakota, home of Prairie Hills Gelbvieh to hear how technology and genetic information has propelled this Western North Dakota Ranch to providing the very bulls and females for their customers. The United States Department of Agriculture launches a new remote grading pilot program for beef cattle. We have all the details listed below. Short on hay? Check out LivestockMarket and their upcoming hay auction. And as always we have the latest market reports and recaps from Kirk Donsbach with Stone X Financial, Inc. along with news and updates you need to hear. It’s all covered on this brand new episode of The Ranch It Up Radio Show! PRAIRIE HILLS GELBVIEH Prairie Hills Gelbvieh was started in 1985 by Galen and Marcia Sickler with the purchase of two heifers from the Black Hills Stock Show. Later that spring more heifers were purchased from Taucks Gelbvieh and cows from Weber Gelbvieh. We have always tried to have a combination of performance with style. With that in mind DBC Grizzly Bear was purchased in Denver. He was one of the first polled show bulls in the breed with high performance. Later TAU Issac was added to the herd bull battery. He became a trait leader in yearling and weaning weight. Over the years, many of our goals and selections have remained the same with some changes being made to fit our environment and the changes in the beef industry. We still select for easy fleshing, thick cattle that are structurally sound and can adapt to our dry range conditions. With the fluctuations in the cattle market, only 1 constant remains – pounds pay! Performance is a must, but on a moderate framed animal. These are the traits that give us the type of cattle we are raising today. Herd bulls like RWG Exact Combination 7409, MCCA Gunner 947G, PHG Paycheck C24, MDR N.H. Blackout 7412E, BLB Grinder 39G, DVE Davidson Howard 3E, and PHG Hamilton H10 are giving us the type of calves that come easy, yet wean off over 800 pounds. In 2007 we welcomed our son Klint and his wife Maralee Sickler to the ranch. Their purchase of the original homestead has allowed us to expand the cow herd and take our program to the next level. We pride ourselves on producing cattle that meet the needs of commercial cattlemen and seedstock producers, while providing outcross genetics in an eye appealing package. COW COUNTRY NEWS USDA Launches Remote Grading Pilot For Beef According to Beef Magazine, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced a pilot program to allow more cattle producers and meat processors to access better markets through the USDA's official beef quality grading and certification. The Remote Grading Pilot for Beef, developed by USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service, matches simple technology with robust data management and program oversight to allow a USDA grader to assess beef carcass characteristics and assign the official quality grade from a remote location, reducing costs and location as barriers to participation in voluntary grading services. In this pilot, trained plant employees capture specific images of the live animal and beef carcass. These images are submitted electronically to a USDA grader already stationed elsewhere in the U.S., likely located in...

Duration:00:27:00

These Are The Latest Feeder Cattle Prices

1/26/2024
It’s the Ranch It Up Radio Show Herd It Here Weekly Report! A 3-minute look at cattle markets, reports, news info, or anything that has to do with those of us who live at the end of dirt roads. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC' by subscribing on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 13 DETAILS The Feeder Cattle Market continues to create higher and higher prices. Today, we recap Stockmens Livestock Auction in Dickinson, North Dakota, and Faith Livestock Auction in Faith, South Dakota FAITH LIVESTOCK AUCTION You can view the entire market report by clicking HERE STOCKMENS LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE You can view the entire market report by clicking HERE You can always view the sale’s live my heading to CattleUSA! FEATURING Stockmen’s Livestock Exchange http://www.gostockmens.com/index.cfm @GoStockmens SPONSORS American Gelbvieh Association https://gelbvieh.org/ @AmericanGelbvieh Imogene Ingredients https://www.imogeneingredients.com/farmatanusa @farmatanusa Bred For Balance Sale https://www.bredforbalance.com/ Questions & Concerns From The Field? Call or Text your questions, or comments to 707-RANCH20 or 707-726-2420 Or email RanchItUpShow@gmail.com FOLLOW Facebook/Instagram: @RanchItUpShow SUBSCRIBE to the Ranch It Up YouTube Channel: @ranchitup Website: RanchItUpShow.com https://ranchitupshow.com/ The Ranch It Up Podcast is available on ALL podcasting apps. https://ranchitup.podbean.com/ Rural America is center-stage on this outfit. AND how is that? Because of Tigger & BEC... Live This Western Lifestyle. Tigger & BEC represent the Working Ranch world by providing the cowboys, cowgirls, beef cattle producers & successful farmers the knowledge and education needed to bring high-quality beef & meat to your table for dinner. Learn more about Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt & Rebecca Wanner aka BEC here: TiggerandBEC.com https://tiggerandbec.com/ #RanchItUp #StayRanchy #TiggerApproved #tiggerandbec #rodeo #ranching #farming REFERENCES https://www.faithlivestock.com/ http://www.gostockmens.com/images/E0331001/240118.pdf https://www.cattleusa.com/

Duration:00:03:00

This Is How To Eliminate Scours & Red Angus Cattle

1/21/2024
We share how to keep scours from affecting your herd this calving season. Red Angus enthusiasts, step up, we introduce you to Wasem Red Angus. News, Markets and more on this all new episode of The Ranch It Up Radio Show. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC', and our crew as we bring you the latest in markets, news, and Western entertainment on this all-new episode of the Ranch It Up Radio Show. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 168 DETAILS Everyone has their breed of choice. For whatever reason and experiences we’ve had, has led many of us picking certain breeds over others. Today we explore the philosophy and goals around Wasem Red Angus. Calving season is getting ready to start for many producers and for some others it is still a ways away yet. Regardless, we need to get a jump on scours and make sure each and every calf that hits the ground has the best chance of survival. A simple solution… FARMATAN from Imogene Ingredients. As always we have the latest market reports and recaps from Kirk Donsbach with Stone X Financial, Inc. along with news and updates you need to hear. It’s all covered on this brand new episode of The Ranch It Up Radio Show! WASEM RED ANGUS The Wasem family started ranching in 2004 in Halliday, North Dakota with a small herd of commercial Red Angus and Simmental cows. They decided to get into the registered Red Angus business and held their first bull sale in 2012. Each year they keep back the best registered heifers to expand the registered herd and to improve our genetics. They strive to offer cattle with power and performance through balanced EPD's and phenotype. Disposition is a must in the herd. They are proud to be selling Red Angus Bulls in North Dakota. They welcome you out any time to look at cattle. Family Business Here at Wasem Red Angus, we are truly a family operation. Each one of us has a job on the ranch and work together to make the operation a success. Chris is in charge of many of the daily tasks, including feeding, planting, and harvesting. Jolyn works on record-keeping and marketing. Kacee is the number 2 cook in the house, quickly making her way to the top. Braelyn is the one who makes us all laugh. There are many days on the ranch, we need a good laugh! The girls have been a huge asset working cattle the past few years, they are learning about low-stress livestock handling, as well as becoming good horsemen. We wouldn't be able to get everything done without the help of family, friends, and neighbors throughout the year and we are grateful for those relationships. Customer Service Customer service is really important to us. The relationships we build don't end the day of the sale. We stand behind the Red Angus Bulls we sell, and your happiness is important! WHAT CAUSES SCOURS IN BEEF CATTLE/CALVES Clostridia-Enterotoxemia The most common form of Clostridium in cattle is caused by Clostridia perfringens. The gram-positive bacteria are a challenge due to its ability to form spores and lay dormant for long-periods of time. The bacteria reproduce by releasing spores into its environment (soil, feed, manure). The spores can even lay dormant in the animal’s intestine until opportunity presents itself. Infection takes place either through ingestion of spores or through an open wound. The most severe cases happen within the first month of a calf’s life, and can result in sudden death. Clinical Signs • Diarrhea - Bloody, Mucus Present, Bubbly • Dehydrated • Bloat • Blindness Prevention/Treatment: Prevention can be difficult due to the Clostridia spores being extremely durable and present almost everywhere. Complete cleanout and disinfection between calves is helpful, but not always effective. A good vaccination program will reduce clinical disease. The best method is to develop good gut health and the immune system of the calf. Farmatan has been shown to strengthen the...

Duration:00:27:00

Arizona Fake Meat & Netflix

1/19/2024
It’s the Ranch It Up Radio Show Herd It Here Weekly Report! A 3-minute look at cattle markets, reports, news info, or anything that has to do with those of us who live at the end of dirt roads. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC' by subscribing on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 12 DETAILS We wrap up this week by heading to the news. It’s Fake Meat Laws from Arizona to the latest propaganda on Netflix. ARIZONA MAY JOIN ITALY BY BANNING LAB GROWN MEAT FROM THE STATE According to Food Safety News, Arizona State Rep. David Marshall, R-Snowflake, and four co-sponsors have introduced House Bill 2121, prohibiting cell-cultured animal products. HB2121 prohibits anyone in Arizona from offering to sell or produce a cell-cultured animal product for human consumption. The state is authorized to impose a civil penalty on violators of not more than $25,000 in addition to attorney fees and costs with total actual damages not to exceed $100,000. Further, bill BB2121 allows a “person or organization whose business is adversely affected by a violation” to file a civil action for declaratory and injunctive relief and actual damages “against the person that violates this section.” The bill defines “cell-cultured animal products” as “any cultured animal tissue produced from in vitro animal cell cultures outside of the organism from which it is derived.” Read the entire article HERE NETFLIX FEEDS VIEWERS WITH VEGAN PROPAGANDA IN NEW SERIES SeaWest News reports a new Netflix series released New Year’s Day 2024 titled “You Are What You Eat: The Twin Experiment” follows the recent trend of documentaries and reality TV shows that push aside medical health experts and balanced discussion in favour of an agenda-driven campaign to help persuade viewers to adopt a vegan lifestyle. While promoted as a show offering science-based nutritional advice based on a clinical trial that compared the health of identical twins fed a vegan versus omnivore diet, the opening 30 seconds of the new Netflix series should be cause for concern, given its disclaimer: “The following series is designed to entertain and inform – not provide medical advice. You should always consult your doctor.” The second red flag – arguably the most concerning yet discreet – also appears in the opening credits: “In association with the Vogt Foundation,” it reads. This is the first and last time we hear about Vogt. Viewers may be interested to learn that the clinical trial conducted at Stanford University School of Medicine and the basis for this Netflix series was funded by the Vogt Foundation. This is quite a strong “association”. Charley Vogt, Secretary-Treasurer at Vogt, says the Foundation funds “organizations that protect animals and promote plant-based products.” For more details, click HERE FEATURING Stockmen’s Livestock Exchange http://www.gostockmens.com/index.cfm @GoStockmens SPONSORS American Gelbvieh Association https://gelbvieh.org/ @AmericanGelbvieh Imogene Ingredients https://www.imogeneingredients.com/farmatanusa @farmatanusa Bred For Balance Sale https://www.bredforbalance.com/ Questions & Concerns From The Field? Call or Text your questions, or comments to 707-RANCH20 or 707-726-2420 Or email RanchItUpShow@gmail.com FOLLOW Facebook/Instagram: @RanchItUpShow SUBSCRIBE to the Ranch It Up YouTube Channel: @ranchitup Website: RanchItUpShow.com https://ranchitupshow.com/ The Ranch It Up Podcast is available on ALL podcasting apps. https://ranchitup.podbean.com/ Rural America is center-stage on this outfit. AND how is that? Because of Tigger & BEC... Live This Western Lifestyle. Tigger & BEC represent the Working Ranch world by providing the cowboys, cowgirls, beef cattle producers & successful farmers the knowledge and education needed to bring high-quality beef & meat to your table for dinner. Learn more about Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt & Rebecca Wanner...

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This Is What Feeder Cattle Are Selling For & Seedstock Based On Balance

1/14/2024
We head to the Glacial Ridge of Minnesota and Home of Clear Springs Cattle Company. The weather did not slow down feeder calf sales, we have several reports. News updates, markets and lots more. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC', and our crew as we bring you the latest in markets, news, and Western entertainment on this all-new episode of the Ranch It Up Radio Show. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 167 DETAILS We are constantly working to highlight unique and innovative programs that bring you the very best genetics within their prospective breeds. Today, we introduce you to Clear Springs Cattle Company and the philosophy behind the Bred For Balance Sale featuring quality Simmental and SimAngus Genetics. Many parts of the country are being hit by winter weather conditions. But that has not slowed down the feeder cattle market! Is there no limit to where these feeder cattle prices can go? Be bring you a market report from Faith Livestock Auction in Faith, South Dakota; Torrington Livestock in Torrington, Wyoming; and the Joplin Regional Stockyards in Joplin, Missouri. CLEAR SPRINGS CATTLE COMPANY & THE BRED FOR BALANCE SALE The Wulf Family In 1949, Leonard Wulf moved to Minnesota when he married the love of his life, Vi. There they raised their family and lots of sheep and cattle. Jim was one of 11 children and learned to love cattle from his Dad, which he passed down to his sons. In 2011, Jim, Twyla, Travis and Brady moved south of Starbuck to start their ranch, Clear Springs Cattle Company. This is when the family transitioned from Limousin to Simmental. They then teamed up with Hook Farms to start marketing genetics under the Bred For Balance brand. The Ranch Located on the Glacial Ridge, surrounded by rolling prairie and oak savannas, Clear Springs has a unique landscape for Minnesota. The namesake is the many natural springs they have captured to water the cattle, providing them with some of the cleanest water in the world. Every acre is managed with soil health in mind, from intensive rotation on the pastureland to no till and cover crops practiced on the farmland. The vacation rental house on the ranch allows us to share our beautiful views and rural lifestyle with others. The Herd Grown mainly from the Hook Farms herd, the current CLRS cowherd is "bred for balance". Balance between genotype and physical traits, balance throughout their EPD profiles, and balance within the offering having both maternal and terminal oriented bulls. The latest tools and technology are used to further advance the genetics of the herd as well as good ol' cowboy logic. They strive to graze as long as possible each year and develop seedstock with longevity in mind. The Wulf family, along with their affiliates Highland Acres, Anderson Cattle and Trails End market yearling bulls and select females through the Bred for Balance sale held each February. BEEF ANTITRUST LITIGATION GETS MORE ENTRIES According to Meating Place, The Big Four beef packing companies face yet another four lawsuits accusing them of conspiring to “fix, raise, stabilize and/or maintain the price of beef” sold to retailers since 2015, according to the documents in filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York last week. The New York cases mirror allegations leveled in lawsuits filed over the last few months in North Carolina and Illinois, and a case filed in 2022 by several quick-service restaurant chains. The Illinois case and those that were filed earlier have been transferred to the Minnesota District Court to be consolidated with other, similar antitrust cases in Multidistrict Litigation. All of those lawsuits resemble previous litigation against beef packers that garnered settlements in the tens of millions of dollars, at the same time that the Department of Justice and Congress scrutinized their practices. In the most recent...

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Severe Winter Weather

1/12/2024
It’s the Ranch It Up Radio Show Herd It Here Weekly Report! A 3-minute look at cattle markets, reports, news info, or anything that has to do with those of us who live at the end of dirt roads. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC' by subscribing on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 11 DETAILS It’s not too often that we will devote an entire wrap of dealing with the weather but in light of what is happening, it is certainly appropriate. Make sure you check in with each other. Call neighbors. Ask if they need anything. Check in on the elderly. This too shall pass, but we have to admit, it is a tough one out there! FEATURING Stockmen’s Livestock Exchange http://www.gostockmens.com/index.cfm @GoStockmens SPONSORS American Gelbvieh Association https://gelbvieh.org/ @AmericanGelbvieh Imogene Ingredients https://www.imogeneingredients.com/farmatanusa @farmatanusa Bred For Balance Sale https://www.bredforbalance.com/ Questions & Concerns From The Field? Call or Text your questions, or comments to 707-RANCH20 or 707-726-2420 Or email RanchItUpShow@gmail.com FOLLOW Facebook/Instagram: @RanchItUpShow SUBSCRIBE to the Ranch It Up YouTube Channel: @ranchitup Website: RanchItUpShow.com https://ranchitupshow.com/ The Ranch It Up Podcast is available on ALL podcasting apps. https://ranchitup.podbean.com/ Rural America is center-stage on this outfit. AND how is that? Because of Tigger & BEC... Live This Western Lifestyle. Tigger & BEC represent the Working Ranch world by providing the cowboys, cowgirls, beef cattle producers & successful farmers the knowledge and education needed to bring high-quality beef & meat to your table for dinner. Learn more about Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt & Rebecca Wanner aka BEC here: TiggerandBEC.com https://tiggerandbec.com/ #RanchItUp #StayRanchy #TiggerApproved #tiggerandbec #rodeo #ranching #farming

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Find Out What Could Happen To The 2024 Cattle Market

1/7/2024
We find out what the cattle market for 2024 could hold. We have updates on your latest antibiotic usage plan, a great set of efficient cows for sale, plus how to make buying bulls easier than you ever imagined. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC', and our crew as we bring you the latest in markets, news, and Western entertainment on this all-new episode of the Ranch It Up Radio Show. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 166 DETAILS 2023 turned out to be an awfully good year to be in the cattle business. Prices were record setting for many producers and hopefully yall were able to take advantage of them. But the big question is what does 2024 hold? Well, no one knows for sure or has a crystal ball but forecasts look promising. We visit with Kirk Donsbach from Stone X Financial about cattle trends for the next year! When it comes to choosing the right antibiotic to treat cattle, it should be anything but a guessing game. While there are many factors that weigh into creating a treatment regimen, understanding the different classes of antibiotics and how they work is important to ensure your cattle are getting the best treatment response. We have some great information curiosity of Elanco Animal Health! Click HERE for additional information! We just made purchasing your next herd sire so much easier! All the information you need to know including vidoes, sale books, pictures, information about the sale date and location, websites, contact info and much more can be found on the all new Ranch Channel! Check it out! ANTIBIOTICS 101 - TIPS FOR CHOOSING THE RIGHT TREATMENT FOR YOUR BEEF CATTLE When it comes to choosing the right antibiotic to treat cattle, it should be anything but a guessing game. While there are many factors that weigh into creating a treatment regimen, understanding the different classes of antibiotics and how they work is important to ensure your cattle are getting the best treatment response. A variety of infectious diseases can compromise cattle health, affecting growth, performance and operational profitability. Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD) is one of the most common and costly. Prevention is the first line of defense against BRD. Having management protocols in place to reduce risk factors, along with a vaccine program, can help protect your herd. But when animals do get sick, it’s vital to identify and treat cattle as soon as possible with the right treatment to ensure the longevity of treatment options and reduce the risk of resistance. Not all antibiotics are created equal Every antibiotic has a different mix of characteristics. Knowing the antibiotic class and its characteristics when treating cattle gives a better understanding of how it works. Two of the most common antibiotic classes used to treat respiratory disease in cattle are macrolides and fluoroquinolones. Macrolides are time-dependent bacteriostatic antibiotics. This means they must maintain a minimal concentration that is greater than the minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) over a period of time to overcome infectious bacteria. The MIC is the minimum amount of drug needed to suppress the replication of bacteria. The longer the antibiotic is present in the animal at or above the MIC level, the more it inhibits bacteria reproduction so allowing time for macrolides to work is critical. In certain “bug-drug” combinations such as tulathromycin and some isolates of Mannheimia haemolytica, macrolides can be bactericidal making initial concentrations and appropriate dosing more critical. Fluoroquinolones are concentration-dependent bactericidal antibiotics. This means they only need to reach concentrations above the MIC for very short periods to be effective. In some models, the higher the initial concentration of the fluoroquinolone above the MIC, the more effective the therapy. How to choose the correct...

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Stock Cow & Bred Heifers Prices

1/5/2024
It’s the Ranch It Up Radio Show Herd It Here Weekly Report! A 3-minute look at cattle markets, reports, news info, or anything that has to do with those of us who live at the end of dirt roads. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC' by subscribing on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 10 DETAILS This week we take a look at the final sale of the year for Northern Bred Cows and Heifers that sold the last week in December 2023. We head to Stockmen's Livestock Exchange in Dickinson, North Dakota. FEATURING Stockmen’s Livestock Exchange http://www.gostockmens.com/index.cfm @GoStockmens SPONSORS American Gelbvieh Association https://gelbvieh.org/ @AmericanGelbvieh Imogene Ingredients https://www.imogeneingredients.com/farmatanusa @farmatanusa Bred For Balance Sale https://www.bredforbalance.com/ Questions & Concerns From The Field? Call or Text your questions, or comments to 707-RANCH20 or 707-726-2420 Or email RanchItUpShow@gmail.com FOLLOW Facebook/Instagram: @RanchItUpShow SUBSCRIBE to the Ranch It Up YouTube Channel: @ranchitup Website: RanchItUpShow.com https://ranchitupshow.com/ The Ranch It Up Podcast is available on ALL podcasting apps. https://ranchitup.podbean.com/ Rural America is center-stage on this outfit. AND how is that? Because of Tigger & BEC... Live This Western Lifestyle. Tigger & BEC represent the Working Ranch world by providing the cowboys, cowgirls, beef cattle producers & successful farmers the knowledge and education needed to bring high-quality beef & meat to your table for dinner. Learn more about Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt & Rebecca Wanner aka BEC here: TiggerandBEC.com https://tiggerandbec.com/ #RanchItUp #StayRanchy #TiggerApproved #tiggerandbec #rodeo #ranching #farming References http://www.gostockmens.com/images/E0331001/231229.pdf

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This Is What Is Happening With The Agridime Cattle Ponzi Scheme

12/31/2023
We wrap up 2023. We have all the details about Cattle Ponzi Schemes plus we will tell y'all about an opportunity of a lifetime to lay into one of the most efficient sets of cows around. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC', and our crew as we bring you the latest in markets, news, and Western entertainment on this all-new episode of the Ranch It Up Radio Show. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 165 DETAILS So many of you have reached out inquiring about the latest details about the Agridime Cattle Ponzi Scheme. It gets rather complicated, but BEC and I break it down for you. Some of the most feed efficient cows around are coming up for sale. Lucky 7 Angus Ranch is selling their spring calving Oklahoma cows at public auction, January 8th at Ogallala Livestock Auction in Ogallala, Nebraska. AGRIDIME According to articles in the Bismarck Tribune and Ag Week, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, which filed a civil lawsuit against the company on Dec. 11, has labeled the operation a Ponzi scheme, in which Agridime was using investor money to pay existing investors and commissions to salespeople rather than using new money to do what it said it would — purchase, feed and care for cattle to be finished and sold to consumers as beef. The SEC has received a temporary restraining order, including an asset freeze, on the company owned by Joshua Link of Arizona and Jed Wood of Texas, through Jan. 9, pending a hearing on Jan. 5. As of Sept. 5, 2023, Agridime-held cattle contracts required payment to investors of $123 million in principal, plus $24 million in guaranteed "profits." The company, as of Sept. 30, 2023, had less than $1.5 million and insufficient operating revenues, the SEC complaint said. Carl Karpinski, enforcement attorney for the North Dakota Securities Department, said there is no confirmed tally yet on investment losses in North Dakota. But he said the eventual number may be significant. "North Dakota is one of the most — if not the most — affected states" in the nation, he said. While the SEC complaint did not go into specifics about the cattle the company did purchase, other than specifying that "Defendants did not buy the number of cattle required to fulfill the Company's obligations under the Cattle Contracts," Agridime was licensed as a livestock agent in North Dakota. Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring announced on Dec. 15 that it no longer will be licensed in the state. “Agridime was licensed in North Dakota,” Goehring said in a statement. “Their renewal was pending based on issues with bonding. The actions taken by the SEC will support our denial of their license and we will issue a cease-and-desist order, effective (Dec. 15), to prevent further purchase of livestock.” Karpinski said the Securities Department is not working on the cattle sales side of the case, though the North Dakota Department of Agriculture and U.S. Department of Agriculture are involved. Ellingson encouraged producers involved in the case to contact the Stockmen's Association at 701-223-2522. HOW AGRIDIME OPERATED The SEC complaint said Agridime raised $191 million from more than 2,100 investors in at least 15 states since January 2021. Instead of using investor money as advertised, the SEC filing said Agridime has used at least $58 million from Dec. 1, 2022, to Sept. 30, 2023, in investor funds from new cattle contracts to make principal and profit payments to previous investors. Agridime would sell investors cattle contracts for $2,000 per calf. The company would then promise to buy the cattle back a year later at return rates of 15% to 32%, the complaint says. Agridime paid commissions to salespeople, typically 10%, for each cattle contract sold, which also was not disclosed to investors. The SEC documents say that through May 2023, commissions paid exceeded $11.1 million in total, including "at least $5.6...

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Wrapping Up 2023 & What To Expect From 2024

12/29/2023
We are all getting ready to wrap up 2023 and move into a new year! And so many times we look at our operations through a microscope, what we need to improve here, herd management there, genetics…the list goes on and on. But we also need to look at what is being said by those who purchase our products, which is the consumer. Well, I am here to say beef demand, and all proteins for that matter has never been higher. However, consumers ARE demanding certain details about our products and foregoing others. Let’s take a quick look at what consumer demand was like in 2023 EPISODE 9 DETAILS Let’s get a recap of what some experts are saying about the consumer eating experience. Click HERE for more information! SPONSORS American Gelbvieh Association https://gelbvieh.org/ @AmericanGelbvieh Medora Boot & Western Wear https://medoraboot.com/ @MedoraBootWesternWear Bred For Balance Sale https://www.bredforbalance.com/ Imogene Ingredients https://www.imogeneingredients.com/farmatanusa @FarmatanUSA Questions & Concerns From The Field? Call or Text your questions, or comments to 707-RANCH20 or 707-726-2420 Or email RanchItUpShow@gmail.com FOLLOW Facebook/Instagram: @RanchItUpShow SUBSCRIBE to the Ranch It Up YouTube Channel: @ranchitup Website: RanchItUpShow.com https://ranchitupshow.com/ The Ranch It Up Podcast is available on ALL podcasting apps. https://ranchitup.podbean.com/ Rural America is center-stage on this outfit. AND how is that? Because of Tigger & BEC... Live This Western Lifestyle. Tigger & BEC represent the Working Ranch world by providing the cowboys, cowgirls, beef cattle producers & successful farmers the knowledge and education needed to bring high-quality beef & meat to your table for dinner. Learn more about Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt & Rebecca Wanner aka BEC here: TiggerandBEC.com https://tiggerandbec.com/ #RanchItUp #StayRanchy #TiggerApproved #tiggerandbec #rodeo #ranching #farming References https://www.meatingplace.com/Industry/Blogs/Details/112783

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How To Bid & Buy Cattle Online, Cattle Ponzi Scheme Update, & More

12/24/2023
We bring you the latest news on that $191 million dollar Cattle Ponzi Scheme. Bec has this one covered with the rest of the news including this week’s Top Hand. Buying your bulls is a whole lot easier using the technology available to us. We share how to get registered and how to use DV auction. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC', and our crew as we bring you the latest in markets, news, and Western entertainment on this all-new episode of the Ranch It Up Radio Show. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 164 DETAILS Technology has made purchasing your future herdsires and all livestock for that matter much much easier. We can head to a producer’s website, view videos and pictures, study the sale catalog and many times bid and buy online, IN REAL TIME! The last part can be kind of intimidating for some producers. Some are a bit nervous of a registration process to be approved to use any one of the online bidding platforms. We are here to tell you that it does not have to be that way at all. In fact, today registering to bid and buy online takes just a minute or two and your information is safe and secure. One of the great features is being able to participate in the auction in real time! DV Auction has become a common household name for bidding and buying breeding cattle online. We had the opportunity to visit with Justin Dikoff of DV Auction about the process behind using it as a tool, just as we would a sale catalog, bull video, pedigree, and performance data! To begin the registration process, click HERE! We have lots of news to cover in this episode from the $191 million Cattle Ponzi Scheme to some of the hottest stories that made the news for 2023! Our Ranch It Up Top Hand for the week is the North Dakota State University’s 98th Little International Agriculturist of the Year Larry Schnell! Very well deserved! As always we have market recaps, some highlights of upcoming horse sales from Equine Market and lots more! We have it all for you in this jam-packed episode of The Ranch It Up Radio Show! As always Tigger & BEC and the Ranch It Up crew dive into the latest agriculture news, rodeo action not to miss, and cover the cattle markets. ABOUT DV AUCTION Founded in 1999, DVAuction is the oldest and most respected livestock internet marketing service. Specializing in the real-time internet broadcasting of sales and special events, DVAuction provides a unique online viewing experience that is free to the public. Interested in watching events live as they happen? Just complete the free and easy registration process and you can watch and listen today! If you are interested in bidding at an event, simply complete the quick and easy bidder approval process. DVAuction staff will contact you once you have been approved, and you can begin bidding at any of the auctions just as if you were ringside! DV Auction offers their customers products and services unmatched by competitors. Track records prove real-time live auction broadcasts are a successful and viable marketing tool for anyone marketing products via a live auction. DVAuction.com is utilized by many unique visitors every month. Our database of registered viewers and approved online buyers continues to grow daily. During the last few years, DVAuction has received countless internet bids, resulting in the sale of many lots to online internet bidders. In addition to purebred specialty sales, they also broadcast weekly sales from auction markets, providing up-to-date access to current livestock market reports. Specialty sales include beef cattle, horse, boer goat, lamb, land and many other types of auctions. All auctions are broadcast with live video, live audio, and secure bidding and messaging features. COW COUNTRY NEWS The SEC Seeks To Halt A $191 Million Cattle Ponzi Scheme According DTN Progressive Farmer and Meating Place, The Securities and Exchange Commission...

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Stock Cow & Bred Heifers Prices

12/22/2023
It’s the Ranch It Up Radio Show Herd It Here Weekly Report! A 3-minute look at cattle markets, reports, news info, or anything that has to do with those of us who live at the end of dirt roads. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC' by subscribing on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 8 DETAILS This week we take a look at the past sales for Kist Livestock. You can get the complete market report HERE. We also head to Nebraska and recap the Valentine Livestock Auction in Valentine Nebraska. Check out the complete market report HERE. FEATURING Kist Livestock @KistLivestock https://kistlivestockauction.com/ Valentine Livestock Auction @ValentineLivestock https://www.valentinelivestock.net/ SPONSORS American Gelbvieh Association https://gelbvieh.org/ @AmericanGelbvieh Medora Boot & Western Wear https://medoraboot.com/ @MedoraBootWesternWear Bred For Balance Sale https://www.bredforbalance.com/ Questions & Concerns From The Field? Call or Text your questions, or comments to 707-RANCH20 or 707-726-2420 Or email RanchItUpShow@gmail.com FOLLOW Facebook/Instagram: @RanchItUpShow SUBSCRIBE to the Ranch It Up YouTube Channel: @ranchitup Website: RanchItUpShow.com https://ranchitupshow.com/ The Ranch It Up Podcast is available on ALL podcasting apps. https://ranchitup.podbean.com/ Rural America is center-stage on this outfit. AND how is that? Because of Tigger & BEC... Live This Western Lifestyle. Tigger & BEC represent the Working Ranch world by providing the cowboys, cowgirls, beef cattle producers & successful farmers the knowledge and education needed to bring high-quality beef & meat to your table for dinner. Learn more about Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt & Rebecca Wanner aka BEC here: TiggerandBEC.com https://tiggerandbec.com/ #RanchItUp #StayRanchy #TiggerApproved #tiggerandbec #rodeo #ranching #farming References https://kistlivestockauction.com/12-16-23-stock-cow-market-report-1356-hd-sold/ https://www.valentinelivestock.net/wp-content/uploads/2023/12/Valentine-Livestock-MR.pdf

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More Questions Answered About Scours & Coccidiosis

12/17/2023
We answer more of your questions about scours and coccidiosis. We have updates on VCPR, Veterinarian Client Patient Relationships, yall have to get that done this year yet. Bec brings the news, updates, our top hand, new program and a whole lot more on this episode. Join Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt, the Boss Lady Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC', and our crew as we bring you the latest in markets, news, and Western entertainment on this all-new episode of the Ranch It Up Radio Show. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app or on the Ranch It Up Radio Show YouTube Channel. EPISODE 163 DETAILS We have a busy one for y’all this episode. Many producers reached out wanting to know more about Farmatan from Imogene Ingredients, and what other products are available. We have you covered. Paul Mitchell goes through this information for us along with how to treat your weaned calves that have come down with coccidiosis. Many have asked for more programming and we at The Ranch It Up Radio Show are happy to oblige. We have started a weekly 3-minute summary that quickly wraps the week's events. This could be cattle that have sold, current news topics or simply a few closing thoughts. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and you will be notified each and every week of a brand new weekly recap. It’s the Ranch It Up Show Herd It Here Weekly Recap! Bec has the current news on exports along with what the outlook is for the 2024 cattle business. Our Top Hand this week is the American Hereford Association Commercial Producer Of The Year, Circle B LLC, from Big Horn, Montana! Some great Christmas gift ideas come from Medora Boot and Western Wear, and we have the market recaps that you have come to rely on! We have it all for you in this jam-packed episode of The Ranch It Up Radio Show! As always Tigger & BEC and the Ranch It Up crew dive into the latest agriculture news, rodeo action not to miss, and cover the cattle markets. LEARN MORE ABOUT VCPR FROM ZOETIS Key facts about new FDA prescription requirements Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationship Discussion. COW COUNTRY NEWS USMEF: Mexico Drives Pork Exports While Beef Market SlidesBiochemist Launches Hybrid Alternative Meat Company Beef Market Moves In Predictable Ways TOP HAND Circle B, LLC, Big Horn, Montana Read more HERE FEATURING Paul Mitchell Imogene Ingredients https://www.imogeneingredients.com/farmatanusa @farmatanusa Shaye Koester Casual Cattle Conversation https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/ @cattleconvos Circle B LLC, Big Horn, Montana https://circlebllc.com/ Kirk Donsbach: Stone X Financial https://www.stonex.com/ @StoneXGroupInc Mark Van Zee Livestock Market, Equine Market, Auction Time https://www.auctiontime.com/ https://www.livestockmarket.com/ https://www.equinemarket.com/ @LivestockMkt @EquineMkt @AuctionTime Questions & Concerns From The Field? Call or Text your questions, or comments to 707-RANCH20 or 707-726-2420 Or email RanchItUpShow@gmail.com FOLLOW Facebook/Instagram: @RanchItUpShow SUBSCRIBE to the Ranch It Up YouTube Channel: @ranchitup Website: RanchItUpShow.com https://ranchitupshow.com/ The Ranch It Up Podcast available on ALL podcasting apps. Rural America is center-stage on this outfit. AND how is that? Because of Tigger & BEC... Live This Western Lifestyle. Tigger & BEC represent the Working Ranch world by providing the cowboys, cowgirls, beef cattle producers & successful farmers the knowledge and education needed to bring high-quality beef & meat to your table for dinner. Learn more about Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt & Rebecca Wanner aka BEC here: TiggerandBEC.com https://tiggerandbec.com/ #RanchItUp #StayRanchy #TiggerApproved #tiggerandbec #rodeo #ranching...

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Paraguay Beef & Raven Angus

12/15/2023
EPISODE 7 DETAILS OUR TOP NEWS STORIES Not a bad day in South Dakota. Raven Angus held their annual Customer Appreciation and Bred Heifer sale at the ranch just east of Colome, SD. The sale offering consisted of a select group of registered bred heifers and a large group of commercial heifers. The commercial heifers either originated from the Raven Angus cowherd or had been purchased from top producers in the area, many which have utilized Raven Angus genetics. All were either AI bred to Raven Angus sired or pasture bred to Raven Angus bulls. 10 Registered Angus Bred Heifers averaged $5,575, 617 Commercial Angus Heifers averaged $2,976 and 3 Ranch Horses averaged $11,833. According to the Tri-State Livestock News, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig and seven other Secretaries, Commissioners, and Directors of Agriculture from Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Missouri, Ohio, Nebraska, and Wyoming sent a letter today to United States Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack raising concerns about a new rule allowing for the importation of beef from Paraguay. The group of agriculture officials is asking the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) to pause the implementation of the Importation of Fresh Beef from Paraguay final rule. Given that the South American country has a history of Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD), and that the severe and highly transmissible disease could pose a significant threat to our nation’s critical livestock sector as well as the beef production system in the United States, the state leaders are asking for a more current and reliable risk assessment to be completed. FEATURING Raven Angus https://www.ravenangus.com/ @ravenangus SPONSORS American Gelbvieh Association https://gelbvieh.org/ @AmericanGelbvieh Medora Boot & Western Wear https://medoraboot.com/ @MedoraBootWesternWear Stockmens Livestock Exchange http://www.gostockmens.com/ @GoStockmens Questions & Concerns From The Field? Call or Text your questions, or comments to 707-RANCH20 or 707-726-2420 Or email RanchItUpShow@gmail.com FOLLOW Facebook/Instagram: @RanchItUpShow SUBSCRIBE to the Ranch It Up YouTube Channel: @ranchitup Website: RanchItUpShow.com https://ranchitupshow.com/ The Ranch It Up Podcast is available on ALL podcasting apps. https://ranchitup.podbean.com/ Rural America is center-stage on this outfit. AND how is that? Because of Tigger & BEC... Live This Western Lifestyle. Tigger & BEC represent the Working Ranch world by providing the cowboys, cowgirls, beef cattle producers & successful farmers the knowledge and education needed to bring high-quality beef & meat to your table for dinner. Learn more about Jeff 'Tigger' Erhardt & Rebecca Wanner aka BEC here: TiggerandBEC.com https://tiggerandbec.com/ #RanchItUp #StayRanchy #TiggerApproved #tiggerandbec #rodeo #ranching #farming References https://www.tsln.com/news/secretary-naig-7-other-state-ag-leaders-raise-concerns-over-usdas-paraguay-beef-import-rule/ https://www.tsln.com/market-reports/production-sale-reports/raven-angus-customer-appreciation-and-bred-heifer-sale/

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