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It appears that herd expansion has slowed down as beef production forecasts have been lowered by analysts at USDA.
As online options become more available and consumers become more comfortable with online shopping, the category is set to grow rapidly.
This pullback in grains is a gift
Flooding in Central Texas has forced cattle to be evacuated and in one case a pair of men who were trying to save cattle had to be recused themselves.
In separate interviews with AgriTalk representatives from two major beef industry organizations discussed major trade deals that have been negotiated recently.
Which may be a buying opportunity
Feeders and hogs roll over
The driver of a semi-trailer was killed along with five cattle that were being hauled during rollover accident in Oregon.
A new report gives a failing grade to 22 of 25 burger chain restaurants relating to the use of antibiotics in their beef supply.
The KC7 Ranch in West Texas has been listed for sale which includes a 10,000 square foot home and more than 37,000 acres of range land.
This is a healthy pull back for grains
Cattle linger in the middle of the range
The Corpus Christi, Tex., beef plant that kills 270,000 cattle annually from 30 Texas feedlots is now under the control of a former bankruptcy judge.
Feedyard margins improved modestly last week - though still in the red - the result of lower feeder cattle prices calculated against closeouts.
For the first time in three years a positive case of brucellosis has been identified in a Wyoming cattle herd.
Will the rally continue?
A petition filed to the Department of Transportation (DOT) by livestock groups is seeking more flexibility to hours of service regulations.
Oliver Sloup breaks down the grain and livestock markets in his bi-weekly interview with RFD-TV
A herd of Nokota horses, which trace their ancestry to ponies ridden by Sitting Bull, are being dispersed in North Dakota after a rancher's untimely death.
Trend change in the grains?