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Good accountant keeps business fiscally fit
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Good accountant keeps business fiscally fit
“They hand me a box filled with papers, and I make sense of it,” accountant Dot Belveal says.

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Fall calving works best for Bar 6 Charolais
Fall calving works best for Bar 6 Charolais
Now most of the calves are born in October. The cattle are on hay meadows during winter and by the time they are turned out on range the cows are all bred, and have a 250-300 pound calf at their side that can utilize the green grass.
California ranching family living history
California ranching family living history
The constant threat of drought tops the list of challenges that face the California livestock industry, rancher Tom Orvis says.
OSU student club raises donated steers
OSU student club raises donated steers
The Steer-A-Year club raises from 25 to 30 donated cattle each year.
California rancher’s travel plans pay off
California rancher’s travel plans pay off
Hugo Klopper and his family — his wife, Elizabeth, and three sons — raise mainly Red Devons, a British breed from Devonshire.
Ranch owners start from scratch
Ranch owners start from scratch
Karin and Terry Stutzman rotate 15 to 20 Hereford and Angus cross cattle through four sections of the range, moving them to a new section every six weeks.
Owyhee Cattlemen’s president embraces change
Owyhee Cattlemen’s president embraces change
Lynn Bachman, at 35 one of the youngest presidents of the Owyhee Cattlemen’s Association board, exemplifies a generation of environmentally conscious, data-driven ranchers aiming to position a historically commoditized business for sustainable,...
Colvin Ranch in its fifth generation
Colvin Ranch in its fifth generation
Ignatius Colvin arrived on the Oregon Trail in 1851 and established a ranch near Tenino, Wash.
Vet raises sheep in Eastern Washington
Vet raises sheep in Eastern Washington
The Swannacks have 700 ewes on their historic farm.
Horse supplements a family business
Horse supplements a family business
The Johnsons started by producing a selenium supplement for horses.
Workshops promote horse power
Workshops promote horse power
Walt Bernard teaches workshops for horses and the people who want to use them.

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Good accountant keeps business fiscally fit
“They hand me a box filled with papers, and I make sense of it,” accountant Dot Belveal says.
Partners rely on banker to open new organic dairy
The new business, Nature Ridge Organic Dairy in Raft River, has 2,450 Holstein-Jersey cows and 30 full-time employees.
Financial planner helps sheep company owner diversify his investments

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Maternal Plus helps improve ranch’s herd
Kathy Love and her husband, Paul Heberling, have been members of the American Angus Association since 2005.
Fall calving works best for Bar 6 Charolais
Now most of the calves are born in October. The cattle are on hay meadows during winter and by the time they are turned out on range the cows are all...
California ranching family living history
OSU student club raises donated steers
California rancher’s travel plans pay off

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