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Cattle Chute Comparison | Manual vs. Self Catch Cattle Chute

The argument of manual versus self-catch head gates on cattle squeeze chutes has been ongoing for years! According to a converted customer who once owned a self-catch head gate and invested in Q-Catch cattle squeeze chute with a manual head gate, he praises “the beauty of the sliding head gate”. People will always have their […]


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Arrowquip’s Research Rancher | Being Part of Arrowquip’s Innovation

Arrowquip is the international leader in cattle equipment. We’ve seen amazing growth worldwide by providing innovative products and ensuring we’re meeting the needs of our valued ranchers. In order to keep that momentum going we want to ensure we’re answering the call of our ranchers. Introducing Research Rancher, transparent and concise communication between user and […]


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Best Healthy Feed for Beef Cattle

Feeding beef cattle is part science and part art. Cattle farmers tend to have their own beliefs about healthy feed for beef cattle, and it seems every few years or so new research is produced advocating a specific system of feed. Currently, the most common and healthiest options include: 1) Grain Supplement Grain can get […]


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Top Benefits of Buying Locally Grown Food

As a growing movement across North America, locally grown food has countless benefits to offer. More and more families are making the choice to buy food from local food producers, even if it’s just a portion of their weekly grocery supply. There are many benefits to buying locally grown food, and each person makes their […]


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Why Eating Meat Is Better for You Than Being a Vegetarian

There’s a lot of misinformation out there about the health benefits of various diets. Recently, many people have suggested that cutting out meat entirely can be beneficial to your health. In fact, research suggests that eating meat can be healthier for you in a few important ways: 1) Eating meat can give you protein, vitamin […]


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Keeping Cattle Safe During Thunder Storms

Cattle in a thunder storm are in a very vulnerable position. In many cases, they may be the tallest point in a field, which puts them at risk of lightning strikes. In addition, thunder can scare cattle, causing panic and, potentially, even injuries. While many smaller animals will seek shelter in a storm, cattle might […]


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Top Pro Tips for Raising Cattle for Profit

Raising cattle for profit is no easy feat. It requires a massive investment in time and money as well as education and expert knowledge of the market. A cattle farmer has to always be prepared for the inevitable challenges faced by the industry today. Devotion and dedication to livestock health and farm maintenance as well […]


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Field To Fork: The Lifecycle Of Beef

Everybody loves beef. Whether it’s a juicy sirloin, beef chuck in a spicy stew, or tangy Maui ribs, beef takes many appealing forms. When ordering an all-beef hot dog, it’s easy to forget the journey that beef took to get to your mouth. Most people don’t even consider how beef arrives on their plate. If […]


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Cattle Rustling: A Growing Concern in Utah and Beyond

In difficult economic times, it’s not uncommon for people to turn to desperate measures to support themselves. What else could explain the sudden resurgence of cattle rustling in Utah and other prime ranching regions? Once thought consigned to America’s pioneering past, cattle theft is once again becoming an increasingly pressing issue for many ranchers. If […]


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At a Glance: Alberta’s Beef Cattle Industry

The undisputed capital of Canada’s cattle industry, Alberta beef is renowned throughout the country and beyond. Agriculture has been a lynchpin of the prairie province’s growth and development over the course of the 20th and 21st centuries. To this day, it remains a major economic, cultural and culinary force, employing thousands and feeding exponentially more. […]


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