Report 1 - Our guest is NDSU livestock specialist John Dhuyvetter, from the North Central Research Center. A lot of damaged wheat across the region this past harvest may be tough to market, but John tells us about the feed value it still has which ranchers may very well consider. He also gives some precautions to this measure.

Report 2 - Our guest is NDSU livestock specialist John Dhuyvetter, from the North Central Research Center. Some new studies on processing corn are shedding some new light on the subject and has some good news for ranchers. John also says these studies also come with interpretation.

Report 3 - Our guest is beef marketing specialist, Dr. Derrell Peel, from Oklahoma State University. We talk to Peel about beef prices having been better and worse, and ask for his synopsis on where we're at right now. Peel also explains how herd numbers have been behind market prices.

Report 4 - Our guest is beef marketing specialist, Dr. Derrell Peel, from Oklahoma State University. As we get into 2017, Peel tells us how he sees the market going considering beef production and prices.

Report 5 - Our guest is NDSU livestock specialist John Dhuyvetter, from the North Central Research Center. A lot of ranchers are taking a close look at their herd this time of year. John tells us culling cows and looking at replacements will be huge the next few months. He also tells us selecting the right young bull and heifer is key to improving udder characteristics and more on a herd.

Report 6 - Our guest is NDSU livestock specialist John Dhuyvetter, from the North Central Research Center. We're coming off a good year for hay, but have had a brutal winter and amount of snow so far this season. John tells us how these factors cut into a hay supply in a hurry. He also gives us some tips on feeding grain.

Report 7 - Our guest is McKenzie Country NDSU extension agent, Morgan Myers. Myers has been doing research on breeding soundness exams. She's finding that it's important ranchers do this regularly. Myers gives some details. She also discusses a bull's classification given this exam.

Report 8 - Our guest is McKenzie Country NDSU extension agent, Morgan Myers. We discuss cattle temperament in this report. Myers explains how a docile cow has an effect on her physical qualities as well. She also discusses how wild cattle also have lower pregnancy rates.

Report 9 - Our guest is John Dhuyvetter, NDSU livestock specialist from the North Central Research Center. Lice issues are ongoing for cattle in northern climates, but it seems even more of an issue recently. John gives the details. He also discusses what ranchers can do if this is a problem in their herd.

Report 10 - Our guest is John Dhuyvetter, NDSU livestock specialist from the North Central Research Center. Calving is starting for some ranchers. Some cold temps are still in the works for February and John tells us knowing which cow is next is important. He also says to try to be aware of a cow calving in the hours leading up to the birth.

Report 11 - Our guest is NDSU soil specialist Chris Augustin, from the North Central Research Center. Chris tells us of a bale grazing project with a few colleagues and discusses their findings and how the study works. He also tells us that ranchers save time and money with this technique and explains how.

Report 12 - Our guest is NDSU soil specialist Chris Augustin, from the North Central Research Center. We talk soil fertility in this report and Chris discusses how it is an important equation and one of the most expensive parts of a farm/ranch operation. He also discusses a new app for this.

Report 13 - Our guest is North Dakota Ag Commissioner, Doug Goehring. We talk about North Dakota legislative issues going on right now. Doug shares his concerns. He also discusses legal weight and pipeline issues.

Report 14 - Our guest is North Dakota Ag Commissioner, Doug Goehring. Lots of cuts are going on across the state, including many in agriculture which has cut 15% already. Doug shares his thoughts. He also tells us what he anticipates in March.

Report 15 - Our guest is North Dakota Ag Commissioner, Doug Goehring. We talk the farm bill in this report. Doug talks about his priorities with the farm bill and shares discussions he's had with others.

Report 16 - Our guest is North Dakota Ag Commissioner, Doug Goehring. We continue our discussion with the farm bill and Doug discusses more priorities which includes farm labor.

Report 17 - Our guest is NDSU livestock specialist Doug Landblom, from the Dickinson Research Center. Doug gives an update as he is halfway through a ten year study on crop rotation. He includes the economics of the study.

Report 18 - Our guest is NDSU livestock specialist Doug Landblom, from the Dickinson Research Center. We talked about integrating steers in our other report, Doug tells us the scenario if we'd finished them in a feed yard. He also discusses the net return.

Report 19 - Our guest is NDSU livestock specialist John Dhuyvetter, from the North Central Research Center. John talks about how cow/calf ID is important for your herd, especially as we get busy this time of year. He also discusses some different options to keep your calf records.

Report 20 - Our guest is NDSU livestock specialist John Dhuyvetter, from the North Central Research Center. Plan to get your heifers bred early. John says it is a good idea for a lot of reasons including synchronizing the herd.