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      Editors note: This article is the third in a series featuring ideas from beef producers across the country. See the first:?Eight beef producers share their recent changes?and second: Five Producers Share Ideas That Have Made Their Farms And Ranches More Efficient Beef producers across the country are always looking to improve management and production practices that not only benefit cattle, but also reduce their workload, and help to save time and money. It may involve improved calf identification measures, installing remote cameras to monitor watering systems, or adopting quiet livestock handling practices in a flexible year-round grazing system. They all help to improve beef production efficiency. Here are some measures three beef producers say has benefited their operations: Rob Somerville Endiang, AB Rob Somerville who ranches with family members in east-central Alberta is using both high and low-tech technology to help him manage cattle on the century....

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      Editors note: This article is the third in a series featuring ideas from beef producers across the country. See the first:?Eight beef producers share their recent changes?and second: Five Producers Share Ideas That Have Made Their Farms And Ranches More Efficient Beef producers across the country are always looking to improve management and production practices that not only benefit cattle, but also reduce their workload, and help to save time and money. It may involve improved calf identification measures, installing remote cameras to monitor watering systems, or adopting quiet livestock handling practices in a flexible year-round grazing system. They all help to improve beef production efficiency. Here are some measures three beef producers say has benefited their operations: Rob Somerville Endiang, AB Rob Somerville who ranches with family members in east-central Alberta is using both high and low-tech technology to help him manage cattle on the century....

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