Report 1 - Our guest is livestock specialist John Dhuyvetter, from the NDSU North Central Research Center. Nutrition for cattle while trying to save a buck doesn't always coincide, but John has a few suggestions. He also discusses rations.

Report 2 - Our guest is livestock specialist John Dhuyvetter, from the NDSU North Central Research Center. Minerals are a big part of a feed regimen. As John explains, it can make a big difference in your herd. He also discusses some observations from our regional area.

Report 3 - Our guest is livestock specialist John Dhuyvetter, from the NDSU North Central Research Center. Planning to make a profit is the goal of every rancher. John tells us how planning is the first step. He also tells us about other budgeting tools to utilize.

Report 4 - Our guest is livestock specialist John Dhuyvetter, from the NDSU North Central Research Center. We're coming off a drought year which brings in a set of circumstances to deal with. Readying for another drought is yet another scenario. John also tells us how planting decisions are key in this case.

Report 5 - Our guest is Mountrail County ag agent Jim Hennessy. Water is always a key issue for livestock, particularly this time of year. Quality and quantity are often issues. Jim tells us more. He also gives suggestions for particulars given different livestock.

Report 6 - Our guest is Mountrail County ag agent Jim Hennessy. We talk freeze branding in this report and Jim tells us some advantages to this process.

Report 7 - Our guest is Mountrail County ag agent Jim Hennessy. A lot of us have some beef in the freezer and Jim tells us some ideas involving value added home processing. He tells us how to turn that beef into healthy snacks and have some fun at the same time. He also explains safety concerns with the process and his favorite recipes.

Report 8 - Our guest is Mountrail County ag agent Jim Hennessy. Jim spearheads a lot of 4-H and youth program efforts in his county and has helped with efforts across the state in the past. He explains why he's a big advocate for youth and agriculture. He also explains some different 4-H programs.

Report 9 - Our guest is NDSU livestock specialist from the North Central Research Center, John Dhuyvetter. Vitamins are a key part for cattle in a number of ways. Vitamin A in particular. John tells us more. He also tells us of vitamin A availability issues and concerns.

Report 10 - Our guest is NDSU livestock specialist from the North Central Research Center, John Dhuyvetter. Calving season is sneaking up for a lot of ranchers and it is time to get ready. John gives some tips. He also tells us being ready is easier said than done.

Report 11 - Our guest is Paige Brummund, Ward County extension agent. Paige tells us about a calving workshop coming up in Minot; which is a hot topic given calving season is upon us. She also tells us about speakers and topics.

Report 12 - Our guest is Paige Brummund, Ward County extension agent. When to feed your cattle has proven to be beneficial to a lot of ranchers. Paige explains. She also gives some tips on post calving.

Report 13 - Our guest is Paige Brummund, Ward County agent. Pasture management is going to be key this year coming off a dry 2017. Paige gives us some tips on what some ranchers may want to consider. She tells us of another option, depending on snow as we approach spring.

Report 14 - Our guest is Paige Brummund, Ward County agent. Net wrap has been a hot topic. Paige tells us that it is important it gets removed as it can be detriment to cattle. She also tells us what it does to the digestive system in cattle even if it goes through the grinder.

Report 15 - Our guest is Dr. Gerald Stokka of NDSU, who is an extension veterinarian. We talk calving in this report. Gerald tells us when you should making a phone call to the vet when there is calving difficulty. He also tells us how an unassisted birth contributes to the health of the calf.

Report 16 - Our guest is Dr. Gerald Stokka of NDSU, who is an extension veterinarian. We Talk calving in this report as well. Gerald tells us a normal presentation is the best case scenario. He also tells us abnormal presentations are obviously a more difficult situation.

Report 17 - Our guest is McHenry county agent, Rachel Walv. We talk colostrum for calves in this report. Some different options are out there for the ranchers, but they are far from the same as Rachel tells us. She also discusses cow colostrum.

Report 18 - Our guest is McHenry county agent, Rachel Walv. We talk the health of the calf in this report. The first 24 hours after the calf hits the ground is crucial. Rachel tells us more.

Report 19 - Our guest this Dr. Gerald Stokka of NDSU, who is an extension veterinarian. In this report, we discuss the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame (NDCHF) which records and maintains the culture and history of ranching, rodeo and native American culture in western North Dakota.

Report 20 - Our guest this Dr. Gerald Stokka of NDSU, who is an extension veterinarian. We continue our discussion on the NDCHF which has 12 districts and a lot of nominations every year. Dr. Stocca talks about the selective nomination process in this report. He also tells us about some stand out hall of famers.