This is the final installment in the Anderson Experiment. We’ve spent a year trying to convince Vic Andersen to use Zoetis products over generics for his cattle operation on the Smith River in Montana. The premium price tag on Zoetis Dectomax usually kept Vic using generic products, but we got him on board last year, and the results?
When looking to set up an electrical fence, you need to ask yourself 3 questions.
1.) Is your fence permanent or temporary?
2.) What animals are you targeting?
3.) How big is the space you’re fencing?
After you answer those… then real work begins.
This is the second installment of our Dectomax & Zoetis experiment we are conducting on a Montana ranch. Is it worth spending $300 dollars more on medications and vaccines? Find out here.
Each year the kids have taken a new calf to show. This year is different for these 4H kids… click here and find out why.
North 40 Outfitter’s version of the farmer’s market, called Farmstock, is going on again this year, and it’s free to be a vendor and free to attend. Click here for more information.
Montana has a unique tie to ranching and livestock, and this was no more apparent to me than when I started researching brands.
The neck rag, the wild rag… the scarf. I don’t know of many people who call this piece of cowboy gear a scarf, and calling it a wild rag seems a little over the top to me… but that may just be me.
The short, simple answer to this question is, of course, the cow.
The Cardinal Rule of chicken farming? Well, there’s a couple… and they are all just ONE click away!
I’ve come to realize something about cowboys and lineage… this is a touchy crowd. From what does “first brand in Montana” REALLY mean, to this next—contentious topic: Cowboy Crowns.