The end of 2017 is just days away. Hurry up and make those last minute ranch purchases to get the most out of your tax deductions for the year!
As the year draws to a close, it’s always fun to review and recap the most popular and widely discussed BEEF Daily blog posts.
I’ve compiled the 10 most popular blog posts from the past year. Please enjoy at your leisure and let me know what you would like to read more about in 2018.
1. Nina Teicholz debunks “What the Health” documentary
A new documentary on Netflix claiming to be a health documentary is activist propaganda at its finest.
2. National news reporter calls rural America “core threat” to nation
The urban and rural divide continues to grow wider. Now is the time to advocate, educate and make connections with our consumers to protect our future and our nation’s food security.
What do you wish you knew in your 20s about the ranching business that you know now?
4. 8 habits of the most successful people
Want to accomplish more each day? Try implementing these tips from very productive and successful entrepreneurs.
5. China to lift 13-year beef ban
President Trump strikes deal with Chinese President Xi Jinping to reopen Chinese market to U.S. beef.
6. Dairy farmer explains why cattle can eat Skittles
Yes, cows can eat candy and be healthy, too! Check out this cattle nutritionist’s explanation following news about cattle eating Skittles.
7. Tom Brady’s TB12 Method slams modern ag
Tom Brady offers nutrition advice and his perceptions of agriculture in his new book, “The TB12 Method.”
8. Trump axes Michelle Obama’s school lunch program
Say goodbye to food waste and hungry kids as President Trump and Sonny Perdue make plans to eliminate former First Lady Michelle Obama’s disastrous school lunch program.
9. Humane Watch roasts HSUS in Super Bowl ad
A 60-second pre-game ad slams the Humane Society of the United States.
10. Could beef be the perfect food to prevent Alzheimer’s?
Alzheimer’s impacts 5 million Americans. Could a diet rich in beef be the answer to preventing and treating this disease?
The opinions of Amanda Radke are not necessarily those of beefmagazine.com or Farm Progress.
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