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Try this juicy sirloin strip steak paired with a tomato-caper sauce served over a bed of orzo and asparagus. This Beef. It's What's For Dinner. recipe is certified by the American Heart Association®. Ingredients: Fleming Family Beef Sirloin Strip Steak 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1/3 cup unsalted beef broth 1/3 cup dry red wine 1-1/2 cups chopped roma tomatoes 1/4 cup finely chopped capers 1 tablespoon minced garlic 1 cup cooked orzo pasta 1/2 pound asparagus, trimmed, cut into 1-inch pieces   Cooking: Press salt and pepper evenly onto beef steak. Heat large nonstick skillet over medium heat until hot. Place steak in skillet; cook 15 to 18 minutes for medium rare (145°F) to medium (160°F) doneness, turning...

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Mentorship at the Indiana Beef Cattle Association Convention

The annual convention of the Indiana Beef Cattle Association (IBCA) took place Saturday in Indianapolis. For me, the highlight of the day came with the guest speaker during the evening banquet. If we are fortunate, we will experience a special someone in our lives who will influence us in a profound and positive way for the rest of our lives. The speaker, Dr. Roger Hunsley was just such an influencer for me and countless other college students. I first knew Dr. Hunsley as my Beef Production and Livestock Evaluation professor during my years at Purdue University long ago.  As an instructor he didn’t just teach class content. Former livestock judging students would agree that the value of having Dr. Hunsley...

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The Columbus IN Keto Potluck Picnic

This past weekend, we were proud to sponsor the Columbus IN Keto Potluck Picnic. It was a great afternoon of fun, community, and food. We gave away a 1 lb.package of our ground beef to one lucky door prize winner, but even those of you who didn't win can still recreate the dish at home. Through the end of February you can use the code KETOBEEF to save $.50 off our ground beef.

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Call it Climate Change, Flood

You can call our recent excess rainfall climate change or you can call it just “bad weather.”  The reasons for it may vary from industrialization, or as my dad might say, “because we haven’t paid the preacher.” If you farm next to a river, some weather extremes result in a whole lot of water that temporarily shrinks one’s real estate considerably. It also means that, in the very near future, a lot of fence will need to be repaired. Flowing water is very hard on fences, especially fragile electric fence. When the river comes up fast, electric fence wire tends to disappear. This is the reason I spent much of Saturday coiling electric fence wire just ahead of rising water....

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A Christmas Calf

I will admit that I have been just a little bit grumpy lately, even through the advent of Christmas. The reason for not being my usual Mr. Sunshine was due to a prideful matter. One of the measurements of a cow-calf producer’s management ability is the percentage of calves produced each year by the herd. 100% is the target, and I was one calf short of that goal. One last cow was weeks late and she didn’t look at all like she was in the family way. Forget the dollars lost, I was, for this year, going to be banished from the 100% calf crop club when the bragging starts, or so I thought. For a herd check on Christmas...

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