Report 1 - Our guest is Noonan area rancher John Dhuyvetter. We talk COVID 19 and how it has affected ranchers across the region in this report.

Report 2 - Our guest is Noonan area rancher John Dhuyvetter. We talk COVID 19 again in this report, and discuss a silver lining in there being a development of the market. John also shares a personal anecdote.

Report 3 - Our guest is Noonan area rancher John Dhuyvetter. John assesses the year 2020 for the ranching producer, given the pandemic, in this report. He also discusses calf numbers.

Report 4 - Our guest is Noonan area rancher John Dhuyvetter. We talk hitting certain ranching targets, including calving, in this report. John also tells us herd health has to be a primary concern when talking reproduction.

Report 5 - Our guest is Montrail County Ag Agent, Jim Hennessy. Jim discusses ration balancing with a proper forage test in this report. He also tells us protein and energy numbers can vary.

Report 6 - Our guest is Montrail County Ag Agent, Jim Hennessy. We talk feed again in this report. Jim tells us when the correct time to start supplementing is. He also tells us efficiency of the cow is of utmost importance.

Report 7 - Our guest is Montrail County Ag Agent, Jim Hennessy. We're in the midst of a lot of bull sales coming up. Jim gives some advice on taking care of your bulls. He also tells us good cover is important.

Report 8 - Our guest is Montrail County Ag Agent, Jim Hennessy. Cover crops are an important cog for any rancher, and it's never too soon to start planning. Jim also tells us warm season grasses and brassicas should be a part of your mix.

Report 9 - Our guest is Montrail County Ag Agent, Jim Hennessy. We talk water quality in this report. Jim tells us sulfates can be an issue. He also tells us the importance of water when talking rations.

Report 10 - Our guest is Montrail County Ag Agent, Jim Hennessy. Composting animal manure is a real asset and adds value to your operation. Jim explains. He also discusses animal mortality regarding this issue.

Report 11 - Our guest is Noonan area rancher John Dhuyvetter. It's no secret that a lot of land is dry right now across the region. If ranchers anticipate a drought, John helps give some plans. He also gives us expectations of pasture land given this condition.

Report 12 - Our guest is Noonan area rancher John Dhuyvetter. We continue our talk on drought and John gives some marketing ideas that could come into play. He also gives considerations for forages.

Report 13 - Our guest is Noonan area rancher John Dhuyvetter. Ranching is an evolving process. The minute someone thinks they have it figured out, something new comes into play. John tells us this includes the health of your herd as well as what he ultimately did with his sick calves.

Report 14 - Our guest is Noonan area rancher John Dhuyvetter. We are talking about the health of your cattle herd this week. John reflects more on his story of his sick calves last fall. He admits he lost one calf out of the deal and contemplates what went wrong in this case.

Report 15 - Our guest is Ryder area rancher and ND Stockmen's Association board member Kevin Hanson. A lot of people work on behalf of the ND Stockmen's Association. Kevin tells us about one particular individual who puts a lot of time in. He also tells us what the board members have on their plate right now.

Report 16 - Our guest is Ryder area rancher and ND Stockmen's Association board member Kevin Hanson. Kevin tells us the Stockmen's Association deals with many issues. One particular hot button is landowner rights. He tells us more. Kevin also says new technology might make some situations easier.

Report 17 - Our guest is Ryder area rancher and ND Stockmen's Association board member Kevin Hanson. We talk bull/cattle sales in this report. Kevin tells us why he feels the market seems stronger this year. He also tells us, as his sale has concluded for the year, what he is doing to get ready for his 2022 event.

Report 18 - Our guest is Ryder area rancher and ND Stockmen's Association board member Kevin Hanson. We talk calving preparation in this report. Kevin tells us about his operation. He also says it's already time to think about your sire selection for the next calf crop.

Report 19 - Our guest is Minot area rancher Luke Erickson from the Erickson Diamond T Ranch. Luke, a fourth generation rancher Southwest of Minot, tells us how his grandfather originally homesteaded their land in the 1920s. He tells us of Hereford cattle and how they've been crossbreeding them with red angus. Luke also tells us of his family's history with the ND legislature.

Report 20 - Our guest is Minot area rancher Luke Erickson from the Erickson Diamond T Ranch. Luke tells us of the opportunities and obstacles of being a young rancher in his 30s. He explains how technology and a changing market are beneficial to young ranchers, and how it's still important to retain original values.