Episode 34:

Knowledge Sharing

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There is no shortage of knowledge within the bison industry and this episode is dedicated to sharing. Doc Gerald Parsons joins the program to discuss his time spent as both rancher and veterinarian. Matt Skoglund of North Bridger Bison speaks about his experience taking a non-traditional approach to starting a ranch. Jud Seaman of Quality…

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Episode 33:

Bison Conformation & Weather Update

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On this episode, Dick Gehring of Black Kettle Buffalo discusses the importance of good animal conformation; Eric Snodgrass breaks down current weather trends; and Jud Seaman analyzes the latest USDA meat report.

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Episode 32:

Animal Activism & Insurance Reminders

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On this episode, we talk to Abby Kornegay of the Animal Agriculture Alliance about efforts to reduce meat consumption by activists and alternative proteins; Erich Ehrlich of the Renaissance Insurance Group rejoins us for summer insurance reminders; and Jud Seaman of Quality Auction Services discusses the latest USDA meat report along with the current consumer…

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Episode 31:

Low-Stress Handling

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Calving season brings fresh optism to the bison industry. On this episode, Jud Seaman breaks down the USDA meat report, John Halstead of Turner Ranchers talks low-stress handling and Jim Matheson of the NBA gives an update on political efforts.

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Episode 30:

Genomic Testing & Animal Selection

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The traditional live animal sale season has come to close. We’ll recap with Jud Seaman of Quality Auction Services. Mark Silzer of Wolverine Bison Company rejoins us to discuss how genomic testing can reveal a great deal of information for bison ranchers. Rounding out the program is a conversation with NBA Vice President Ken Klemm…

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Episode 29:

Glamping & Agritourism

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With spring calving nearing, the live animal sale season is wrapping up. Jud Seaman & Brennin Jack join us to discuss the latest auction numbers. We also learn about glamping and agritourism efforts by Bethany Kriegel of the Sunset Hills Bison Ranch.

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Episode 28:

Being Profitable as a Small Rancher

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Operating a small ranch can be difficult. Today, we’re speaking with Liz Riffle of Riffle Farms about how to be both small and profitable. We’ll also speak with Jud Seaman of Quality Auction Services and Brennin Jack of the Jack Auction Group about the latest live animal sale results and the NBA’s Gold Trophy Show…

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Episode 27:

Bison as a Modern Keystone Species

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The cold winter winds are blowing strong but doesn’t stop the bison industry. Today, we’ll talk about the latest live animal sales with Jud Seaman and Brenning Jack. Then we’ll discuss weaning calves with Tim Goodnight. Finally, we’ll learn about bison as a modern keystone speices with Zak Ratajczak.

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Episode 26:

Center of Excellence in Bison Studies Update

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The live animal sale season is picking up. Jud Seaman & Brennin Jack join the podcast to discuss recent sale results and preview upcoming auction. Dr. Jeff Martin rejoins us to give us an update about the critical research happening at the Center of Excellence for Bison Studies at South Dakota State university.

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Episode 25:

Are today’s bison really bison?

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Are today’s bison really bison? On this episode of the Bison Insider, we’ll answer question along with learning about emerging technologies to help ranchers measure their forage ground. We’ll also get an update on the latest meat report and live animal sales.

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