Midwest Herdsman Livestock Magazine - September 2022

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SEPTEMBER 2022

Midwest Herdsman


Graphic design • Website Design • marketing consulting Spring & Fall printed publication www.midwestherdsman.com | 815.997.4171 jayde.midwestherdsman@gmail.com

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In this issue... “A marketing solution for good people and good livestock.”-Sue Finley

WHA Juniors Folow Event page 6 What the heck is up with social media?

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Staff Jayde Reilly Owner/ Graphic Designer Cuba City, WI

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Feeding Show Cattle - Purina page 26-27 New MH Ad Structures page 37

This issue is available online at www.midwestherdsman.com

request a Business/marketing plan activity sheet from Midwest Herdsman 3


upcoming events

Riley Brothers Angus NAILE Live Sale in Darlington, WI Show in Louisville, KY 09.10.22 11.01.22 - 11.17.22

Genetic Reflections Coney Creek Farm Open house hosted by sc online sales 09.17.22 - 09.18.22 11.11.22

Carrousel Farms Marda Angus Farm

hosted by sc online sales Live sale in Lodi, WI 09.18.22 Production Sale 11.19.22 Bull sale 03.12.23

Wedig Cattle

Weigel’s Steer Pit

cattlemen’s congress

Hosted by Sc Online Sales Show in oklahoma city, ok 09.18.22 01.01.2023 - 01.14.23

S&R Angus

National western stock show

Private Treaty until 09.18.22 Show in Denver, CO Hosted by SC Online Sales 10.04.22 01.07.23 - 01.22.23

World Beef Expo WBIA Bull Sale

west Allis, wi Live sale in Platteville, wi 09.23.22 - 09.25.22 04.01.23

vyvyan cattle co Sandrock Ranch Herefords Online sale in October tbd Live sale in benton, wi 04.15.23

Specht Bros Simmentals

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Badger Select Sale live sale in darlington, wi 10.02.22

Out of the northwoods sale Hosted by Sc online sales 10.02.22 - 10.03.22

American Royal stock show

Primetime Performance

Year-round services available

Schmitt show cattle calves available private treaty

Final Drive Group see ad for sale details

Great lakes belted galloway assn

Show in Kansas city, mo now accepting memberships 10.05.22 - 10.23.22

bernard show cattle live sale in grand ridge, IL 10.11.22

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Badger brawl / Badger kickoff

Hosted by Steerbidder 09.18.22 Show in madison, WI 12.02.22 - 12.03.22

Dragstrem Farms

Redemption semen available

ADM Feed & Supplements available


Reilly Ranch Calves available private treaty

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Sunnybrook farms call for info on available stock

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thank you! From the editor: Here comes NUMBER 7!

I am so proud of the progress this magazine and my advertisers have made since I purchased the Midwest Herdsman in 2018. Not only has this publication proven to be timely, it also provides greater value than just a print ad. I am constantly working in synergy with my advertisers to bring new ideas to the table and extend our reach to more households who are looking for livestock or products just like yours. You may have noticed Midwest Herdsman has been through a makeover. I have a new logo, I have a new ad structure and I am partnering with other brands to provide as much value as possible to both advertisers and our readership. I am excited to continue to execute this improved version of both my business and this publication. If you have any ideas on what we can continue to do, please do not hesitate to reach out. I am genuinely in awe that we are here today; SO MUCH has changed in the last five years, personally and professionally. I have all of you to thank for that. Whether you are a reader or an advertiser, thank you for joining me on this ride. Here’s to many more!

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Wisconsin Hereford Juniors Build Their Own Business Marketing Plans with Midwest Herdsman On March 12th, 2022, twenty-three Juniors from three states of the Wisconsin Junior Hereford Association conducted their Faces of Leadership of Wisconsin (FOLOW) Event held in Southwest Wisconsin. The weekend was full of educational activities and fellowship between the Hereford community and the Junior membership. Midwest Herdsman helped the group practice putting together a Marketing/Business Plan through a “Game of Life” type of activity. The group had to purchase cows, build facilities, place ads and design branding for their farm all within a set budget. After the activity, the Juniors presented their Marketing/Business Plans for the group. Congratulations to the Wisconsin Junior Hereford Association on a successful FOLOW Event and Midwest Herdsman looks forward to participating again in the future!

Request this activity for your juniors to practice at home!

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66th Annual Sale

WI BEEF BULL ASSOCIATION PROGRAM NOMINATIONS DUE SEPTEMBER 15TH Nomination forms are available at www.wisconsinbeef.com

BULLS SELL APRIL 1ST

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Top 10 Reasons to Join the GLBGA: 1. Be on the forefront of new marketing trends with our quality newsletter and Beltie Briefs 2. Participate in association educational events and annual field day 3. Attend training camps for families interested in raising, marketing, and showing 4. Support our juniors with educational programs and training to prepare for a livestock career 5. Participate in and attend multiple Midwestern cattle shows 6. Gain knowledge on topics to become more profitable and successful with Belted cattle 7. Utilize promotional handouts and displays provided by the GLBGA 8. Be part of the most active regional Beltie group in the United States 9. Utilize networking opportunities with other breeders and owners 10. Advertise your outstanding genetics on the GLBGA website, in flyers and the newsletter

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Adult $40.00 Junior (under 21 years of age) $20.00 Make checks payable to: GLBGA and mail to: Terry Etheridge 4746 Burnell Dr. Eau Claire, WI

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Are you confused by all of the social media platforms available and how your farm or business should be utilizing them? You’re not alone. Social media is always changing. Between the algorithum changes, updates and new apps popping up, it can be overwhelming. Below are my thoughts on how to combat popular social media platforms and leverage them for your farm or business’ benefit.

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

YouTube

Facebook is the mother of all social media and, in my opinion, one of the most beneficial for the agriculture industry. This platform uses stories to extend your message to your audience in addition to traditional posts. To stay on top of the algorithm, I recommend users post regularly with content that encourages engagement with your audience.

Instagram and Facebook are owned by the same company, so in some ways they function the same. But, there are some important differences. Instagram is really built around pictures with little descriptions. Instagram also thrives on videos called reels. If your farm or business is on Instagram, it is important to engage in reel making and use the story feature.

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Twitter is made for short conversations or thoughts. This platform is great for quick news updates but does not do well with pictures or videos. Keep pictures and reels on platforms that will prioritize your hard work. If your farm or business is utilizing Twitter, continue using it for sale updates, open house information, or basic engagement with your current or potential customers.

YouTube can be a very powerful platform when used correctly. Of course, YouTube should be used to post your sale lot videos to share with potential buyers. But, this platform should also be a part of your “story-telling.” Create videos that describe who you are and what you do to your audience. Similarly, businesses should do the same.


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FEEDING SHOW CATTLE TO MAXIMIZE POTENTIAL by Purina Animal Nutrition

You’ve spent countless hours studying pedigrees, poring over sale catalogs, anticipating online auctions, or waiting for that carefully planned calf to be born. Now this package of potential show-winning genetics is yours – what can you do to maximize its potential with a cattle nutrition plan? Honor® Show Ambassadors Dave Allan, Bob May and Kirk Stierwalt have fed numerous animals that have competed in champion drives, and offer vast experience in planning a careful feeding and nutrition plan to capitalize on an animal’s potential. Tips on Show Cattle Feeding and Nutrition Here they offer their top five tips on feeding and nutrition to help take you and your project to the winner’s circle. 1. Be consistent in your feeding. “Both time of day and quantity of feed are critical,” says Allan. “Always feed your cattle at the same time every day or within 30 minutes of your target time.” Consistency is simple – but valuable, agrees Stierwalt. “If you get to feeding cattle when you want to, they get to eating when they want to.” Providing consistent access to clean, fresh water at all times is also critical. Water drives feed

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intake, so making sure your animals are drinking is important, especially in hot summer months. 2. Feed individually, but in a buddy system. Almost as important as balanced amounts of protein, energy, and fiber is companionship. “Cattle like to have a buddy to eat with,” says May. “They do better if they are not alone.” However, he notes, if you feed 20 pounds of feed to two steers, there is no guarantee they will each eat 10 pounds because some cattle are slow eaters and others are more aggressive. May suggests feeding cattle separately, but putting the bunks side-by-side and separated by a fenceline so the cattle feel like they are eating with a buddy. 3. Evaluate the entire feed product line. “Good cattle deserve good feed,” says Stierwalt. “If you want to maximize your genetics, it has to be through a solid nutrition program.” Selecting a quality show feed involves more than simply evaluating the ingredient list. Consider what goes into making that feed, including research and innovation, quality control, consistency, expertise and more. When you select a high-quality feeding program, you often get much more than just feed.


Bob May, Honor® Show Ambassador “Having a team of professionals like our Ambassadors and sales consultants to tap into can offer tremendous benefits to your project,” says Stierwalt. “The network we provide means you are not on your own feeding your calf.” 4. Make sure the pen matches the paper. The cattle pen, that is. You may have a perfect nutrition plan on paper, but if you look at your animal and it’s not performing as you’d like it to – don’t be afraid to reevaluate. Part of this includes weighing your cattle on a continuous basis, says May. “We weigh our cattle every week just to monitor how much they are eating and gaining.” Additionally, you need to create individualized plans and make changes for individual cattle. May emphasizes that every animal and every feeding scenario is different. “There’s never a one size fits all feeding recommendation,” he says. Having knowledge of what different feed products can do, then matching those to meet different needs is part of the equation. “You have to feed cattle on an individual basis, because what one needs, the other might have,” says Stierwalt. “If one needs more rib shape or more fat, you’re going to have to get into the toolbox of nutrition products and get that calf what it needs.”

Kirk Stierwalt, Honor® Show Ambassador 5. Keep the end in mind. Most show cattle are fed to meet a certain goal by a particular date or series of dates. Determine what you want them to weigh, then create a plan to get there, the experts agree. This includes evaluating their past nutrition plane then building up to a feeding plan to meet the end goal. And it needs to begin the day you start feeding your calf. “It’s important that you manage your project – not just feed it – from the time you get it home,” says Stierwalt. “Visualize what you want, and then feed what you need to get them there.” It’s not always an exact science – which is where the art comes in. “A lot of times when you’re feeding cattle, either you’re going too fast or too slow when it comes to gains. There are very few cases where it works out just perfect,” says Stierwalt. “You’ll need to make some adjustments as you get closer to the show to make it work out like you want.” At the end of the day, show cattle are judged on visual presentation, performance and soundness. And with all of the nutrition products available, you can maximize your cattle to be the best they can be, says Stierwalt. “You can’t buy a champion – you have to feed and raise a champion.”

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Though it may be described this way by many in the industry, embryo transfer is not an art. The stars need not be aligned to make pregnancies. Though my ‘lucky ET gun’ is preferred for the most valuable embryos, no lucky charm is necessary to reach high level ET in your recipient herd. High level performance in embryo transfer is calculated. Like they say, the devil is in the details. Critical variables are measured and analyzed. You cannot analyze what isn’t measured. Basic metrics in ET are similar to those things assessed in your AI program including service rate, 60 day preg rate, abortion rate, stillbirth rate and weaned calf rate. These together provide a complete picture of herd reproductive performance. Performance is limited by your weakest link and any of the following are areas of concern: - Recipient Care Pre-ET - Estrus Management - Embryo Quality - Pregnant Recipient Care - Parturition - Embryo Calf Care Recipient Care It all starts here. Setting ourselves up for success is important and choosing the recipients that have the best chance to carry and raise a well grown live calf is as critical as the embryo that she’ll receive. Proven, easy calving cows that move well and wean large, early season calves

are ideal. Healthy, well vaccinated cows are a must. Positive energy balance along with a complete mineral supplementation program are very important and will help as we effort an estrus event. When looking at timing for first ET, we usually recommend 60 days post calving. Our ability to return to positive energy balance along with an improvement in recipient body condition can move this recommendation in either direction. To achieve this, many recipient herds will purchase open cows. This isn’t necessary if high quality feeds are available and nutrition is prioritized. I recommend getting a nutritionist involved focusing on a clean, consistent forage source and routine mycotoxin screening. If corn products are used in the ration, so should a broad-spectrum mycotoxin binder. The better the feed/ husbandry/stocking density, the quicker recipients will be ready to settle. Vaccination strategy is very important. Depending on your herd disease status, pretransfer disease screening may be warranted. I recommend working closely with your herd veterinarian to implement a practical disease mitigation strategy. In summary, there are a number of critical points in well performing ET programs. Recipients are a key variable and need to be evaluated and then cared for as if they are carrying your most valuable genetics.

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Details & Dates Future issues: Spring Issue 2023 Ads due: January 1st Published: February 1st

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