Commercial Cattle Ranching Resources

cattle education

  • Letter From Grant Harrer – Lost Lake Ranch:
    Information on GE-EPDs and the Bulls at Lost Lake RanchLearn More
  • GE-EPDs and Genomic Trait Tests (Angus Association)Learn More
  • Priorities First: Identifying Management Priorities
    It is a one-page easy-read document that identifies the objectives and key messages designed to assist commercial cow-calf producers. The first in a series, this fact sheet was developed as part of a comprehensive study.Learn More
  • Priorities First: Managing Costs and Making Wise Investments
    It is a one-page easy-read document that identifies a key area important to commercial producers in controlling costs. The second in a series, this fact sheet was developed as part of a comprehensive study.Learn More
  • Priorities First: Herd Health is High Priority in Cow-Calf Business
    It is a one-page easy-read document that identifies the objectives and key messages designed to assist commercial cow-calf producers. The third in a series, this fact sheet was developed as part of a comprehensive study.Learn More
  • Priorities First: Effective Cow Herd Health
    It is a one-page easy-read document that identifies the objectives and key messages designed to assist commercial cow-calf producers. The fourth in a series, this fact sheet was developed as part of a comprehensive study.Learn More
  • Priorities First: Marketing Value Begins in the Pasture
    It is a one-page easy-read document that identifies the objectives and key messages designed to assist commercial cow-calf producers. The fifth in a series, this fact sheet was developed as part of a comprehensive study.Learn More
  • Priorities First: Value in Marketing Cull Bulls & Cows
    It is a one-page easy-read document that identifies the objectives and key messages designed to assist commercial cow-calf producers. The sixth in a series, this fact sheet was developed as part of a comprehensive study.Learn More

These fact sheets were from the findings from Priorities First: Identifying Management Priorities in the Commercial Cow-Calf Business, by Tom Field, Ph.D., Fort Collins, Colo. The responses in the study came from more than 200 successful producers and industry specialists from diverse geographic locations. Contact us at Harrer’s Lost Lake Ranch for more info if you’re in the Fort Benton, Loma, Carter, or Highwood, MT areas.