It's safe to say that things have drastically changed over the past few weeks, but one topic that has definitely risen to the top is access to food. Whether it be families with more time on their hands or searching shelves at the grocery store that have been picked over, we've found ourselves cooking more … Continue reading We Cannot Cook with Dairy Carrie | Over A Beer Podcast 039
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live more than an hour's drive from town? What is life like in Wyoming where the growing season is only a few short months long, but you have amazing views at high elevation in the mountains? This week, Wyoming rancher, Kacy Atkins joins me to … Continue reading 10 Miles Past Nowhere – Wyoming Rancher | Beef Runner Podcast 034
Last week, I had the opportunity to attend the 2020 Cattle Industry Convention in San Antonio, Texas. This was my eighth time to attend the meeting over the years as I've been involved in beef advocacy. I've had the opportunity to hold several roles, including state host, state staff, trade show exhibitor, and now as … Continue reading Beef Advocacy with High Plains Journal | Audio
What are your thoughts on plant based proteins (a.k.a. alternative proteins, plant milks, fake meats, etc.)? It's been a topic of discussion in the business news headlines and within the agriculture community. So we're tackling it this week on the podcast. This week on the podcast, Carrie Mess (a.k.a. Dairy Carrie) and I sit down … Continue reading Alternative Proteins with Dairy Carrie | Over a Beer Podcast 032
Each year, I'm on the road doing more than 70 presentations and workshops with beef farmers and ranchers across the community. I'm very lucky to have a job that allows me to work with people doing what I love and helping these awesome people be more confident and comfortable sharing their stories. While in Oklahoma … Continue reading Program Helps Beef Producers With Advocacy Skills | Audio
Tis the season for awards shows and Hollywood red carpet glam. Fans will gather around their screens to watch celebrities in the latest fashion glam up for the broadcast and make acceptance speeches that will be talked about in media outlets across the board. The Golden Globes kicks off the season of award shows, and … Continue reading 3 Ways To Reduce Environmental Impact Instead of Eliminating Meat
Over the past several months, many headlines have given attention to processed plant protein entering the marketplace. Let's get one thing straight, black bean burgers have been on restaurant menus for a very long time. This isn't something new. But this time, the latest iteration showed up with a bigger marketing budget. The Impossible Burger … Continue reading Plant Protein Alternative Comparisons Go Awry
Cattle guard. You know, those people who stand out in their field as hired guns, keeping watch over the herd. Right? There are plenty of jokes that can be made about the term, especially for those who are unfamiliar with agriculture, farming, and ranching. But just because you may not know what it means, doesn't … Continue reading How Cattle Guards Work
Growing up on my family's cattle ranch, we always had beef in the freezer. While there were other proteins - pork from the neighbors, eggs from chickens in the barn - beef protein was always our primary choice. To be honest, I am still shocked when I meet adults who admit to never having cooked … Continue reading Can beef protein fuel strength for running?
For 25 years, beef has been what's for dinner. Most people recognize that phrase and acquaint it with early television ads. But things in the food world have changed and we're keeping pace with the world. And now, we're working to show you how that is done. We're at odd cross-hairs in the food and … Continue reading Rethink The Ranch – Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner.