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Feedyard closeouts saw modest improvement last week, but cattle feeders remain frustrated by their inability to push the cash market higher.
The Republican congressman whose district spans one-third of the U.S.-Mexican border, says over 1,000 ranchers and farmers will be impacted if plans to build a border wall proceed.
Four considerations to make before your bull purchase.
A court-appointed investigator is counting cattle and identifying owners in a multi-million dollar South Dakota foreclosure case.
The sale of Kane Beef is scheduled to close Feb. 22, 2019, and operations are expected to resume "as soon as practical," the new owner says.
“First in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen.” So goes the famous quote from President Washington's eulogy in 1799. I'd love to add "first in farming" to it.
Oliver Sloup shares his outlook for the grain and livestock markets in his weekly "2 Minute Drill"
Ranchers who have experienced severe livestock losses may be eligible to receive benefits through the Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP).
Is the pullback a buying opportunity?
A New Mexico Senate proposal would make it a misdemeanor to organize or participate in a coyote-killing contest. The events were banned on nine million acres of state trust land last month.
What to look for in today's grain trade.
Rent The Chicken is the successful startup of a Pennsylvania farm couple helping city folk discover the "joy" of owning and caring for backyard chickens.
Cash cattle prices improved $1 per cwt., helping lift feeding margins to $118 per head, according to the Sterling Beef Profit Tracker.
Rancher Nick Cobb says the blizzard that hit Washington state over the weekend meant several calves needed help, including one called "Oreo" that was covered in snow and ice.
With approval from a Houston bankruptcy court, the new owners of Kane Beef say new investments will be made and operations will resume.
Attention turns back to trade talks and technicals.
What to keep an eye on for this week's grain and livestock trade.
Every cowboy from Ames to Amarillo seems convinced the cattle market is headed higher, but packers held out on raising bids until late Friday.
The Green New Deal is sending mixed messages to agriculture as it seeks to work with farmers and ranchers, but also mentions getting rid of “farting cows.”
A ranch worker shot a wolf that was chasing cattle in an area of eastern Washington state where there are no known wolf packs.