A More Productive Cattle Herd

When

Mar 4, 2024    
7:30 am - 4:30 pm


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Join the Ranchers Stewardship Alliance at the Milk River Pavilion in Malta for two separate but complementary workshops presented by Steve Campbell on Monday, March 4!

Steve has been in the cattle industry his whole life and understands the complexities of producing premium beef. From soil health, quality forage production, nutrition, mineral intake, stock selection, calving and more, Steve works with producers to find ways to improve their operation and get better results. Much like people source business coaches, Steve is a “cattle coach” and will assist you in reaching higher levels of success with your beef herd. Embracing an “OLD” view of how things work in nature, he brings insight that stretches the envelope of conventional thinking.

Do you want an inexpensive method of detoxing yourself, your livestock, and your land?

Do you want to be able to “see” the reproductive quality of your cattle based on phenotypical traits?

Make plans now to attend two of Steve’s workshops during a day devoted to A More Productive Cattle Herd:

  • Minerals, Toxins and Ranch Epi-Genetics: In an increasingly challenging agricultural landscape, the issue of abundant toxins from neighboring sources and the deficiency of vital minerals in our soils poses a significant hurdle for livestock to thrive and meet their full genetic potential for productivity. During this session, Steve challenges attendess to think outside the box in terms of cattle mineral delivery and acceptance.
  • The RED SOLO CUP Cow: Learn more about the unique method of identifying healthy, easy-keeping cattle that Steve now swears by – their resemblance to red Solo cups! By identifying specific physical attributes that resemble the shape of these iconic cups, he explains how to improve animal selection for increased herd efficiency, fertility, and profit within sustainable ranching operations. His approach highlights how healthy, resilient animals like the “red solo cup cow” not only contribute to enhanced profitability within ranching operations but also promote a more sustainable and resilient agricultural landscape. This portion of the day includes a live cattle demonstration with the donation of cattle use from Dusty Emond and Emond Ranch.

Agenda (All times are MT)

  • 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. • Coffee and “LIVE” Ranch Stewards Podcast Recording
  • 9:00 – 12:00 p.m. • Minerals, Toxins and Ranch Epi-Genetics
  • 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. • Catered Lunch
  • 1:00 – 4:30 p.m. • The “RED SOLO CUP COW” Live Demonstration

Cost for the event is $50 for a full-day or $30 for a half-day. However, because the Ranchers Stewardship Alliance believes strongly that cost should not be a limiting factor in continuing education, reduced and no-cost registration is available. Click “Register Now” for details.

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