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The Let's Talk Beef Podcast was created by John Boyum as a way to help promote Beef producers and to hear their ranch stories from across the country. John and his family will be traveling across the country, in a converted school bus, gathering stories from the great Beef producers and families to share with other beef producers and consumers alike.

Let's Talk Beef Podcast John Boyum

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The Let's Talk Beef Podcast was created by John Boyum as a way to help promote Beef producers and to hear their ranch stories from across the country. John and his family will be traveling across the country, in a converted school bus, gathering stories from the great Beef producers and families to share with other beef producers and consumers alike.

    Ep. 16: Western Ag Reporter - Jared Murnin

    Ep. 16: Western Ag Reporter - Jared Murnin

    Jared Murnin grew up on a ranch that his father put together in Miles City, Montana.  Jared’s family ran a commercial cow/calf operation, but getting involved in 4-H is where Jared found a love for the registered cattle, especially the Angus breed.  After attending Casper College and then Colorado State where he competed on the Livestock Judging teams for both schools.  Jared found himself working for the Gelbvieh Association and then the Angus Association, which located him to Texas.  During this time, he met his future wife and after 7 years in Texas, they relocated back to Montana.  Jared recently went to work for the Western Ag Reporter in Billings to serve as the papers, general manager.  He has also begun a Registered Angus and Hereford herd that he runs with his wife, daughter, and son.  

    • 1 Std. 16 Min.
    Ep. 15: Let's Talk Beef - John Boyum

    Ep. 15: Let's Talk Beef - John Boyum

    A little bit of a different podcast this week as this podcast is an interview of myself.  I sit down with a high school classmate, Steve Opat, and he turns the table on me and interviews me to help introduce myself to you the listeners.  So hope you enjoy and thanks again for taking the time to listen.

    • 1 Std. 27 Min.
    Ep. 14: Flynn Farms - Eldean and Sandy Flynn

    Ep. 14: Flynn Farms - Eldean and Sandy Flynn

    Eldean and Sandy Flynn live near Cartwright, ND on the ranch that Eldean’s grandfather started many years ago.  Eldean has been part of many aspects of the ranch from his early days, from breaking horses to helping work cattle to whatever he needed to do.  However, not until the Eldean’s dad became sick did he take over the cow herd and had to learn how to manage them for himself.  With the help of his wife Sandy they forged ahead and keep the cattle going and made them into an intricate part of their lives. Nevertheless, Eldean and Sandy are strong members of their community and do many things to help as many people as they can, no matter the situation.  So, yes these two are cattle ranchers, but even more importantly they are amazingly generous people as well.   

    • 1 Std. 8 Min.
    Ep.13: Messer Beaver Creek Ranch - Mark Messer

    Ep.13: Messer Beaver Creek Ranch - Mark Messer

    Mark Messer’s family has been farming and ranching in North Dakota for many years.  Today the farm Messer Beaver Creek Ranch of Richardton, ND, which is run by Mark and 3 of his brothers, has gone through many changes over the years.  Mark and his brother's farm many row crops including corn, wheat, sunflowers to just name a few, they recently sold their dairy cows but still have their beef cow herd which is Mark’s specialty.  Mark said that when he was younger he was the one in charge of taking care of the young calves and always enjoyed that.  So when he got older he transitioned into the Ranch’s beef manger it was a great fit.  Today Mark runs the cows as he sees fit, but has lots of support and help from his family all throughout the year. 

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    Ep. 12: Gateway Simmentals - Jim and Logan Butcher

    Ep. 12: Gateway Simmentals - Jim and Logan Butcher

    Jim Butcher is a 3rd Generation rancher who along with two of his sons, Logan and Brock, run Gateway Simmentals in Lewistown, MT.  Jim grew up on their ranch in central Montana after his father relocated their ranch there from Winifred, MT.  As many ranchers did in those day, they ran Hereford cows, which in the 70’s the began to breed to Simmental bulls and stuck with trough they many different phases of the Simmental breed.  Through lots of trials and errors and being all in very early on collecting data, Gateway has become one of a big time operation for Simental genetics.  Even developing their own style of Simmental hybrid, the Lucky Cross. 

    • 1 Std. 11 Min.
    Ep. 11: Keller Broken Heart Ranch - Luke and Katy Keller

    Ep. 11: Keller Broken Heart Ranch - Luke and Katy Keller

    Luke and Katy Keller have a strong bond with Luke’s home ranch in central North Dakota, not only because Luke’s grandfather established their ranch here in 1978, but because it was the backdrop of their wedding just a few years ago.  Luke grew up on this ranch that consisted of both beef and dairy herds, but eventually, the dairy cows left and the beef herd has continued to expand in both numbers and genetics.  Luke has been a big part of growing the herd genetically and he credits his time working for the American Simmental Association as an incredible learning experience.  Luke has a big passion for the beef industry and he shows no signs of slowing that passion down as he continues to work with Katy and the rest of Luke’s family to continue to improve not only their herd but the land as well.

    • 1 Std. 16 Min.

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