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R-CALF USA has filed a class action lawsuit against America's four largest packing companies claiming their actions since 2015 have depressed prices paid to ranchers.
A short covering rally on the horizon?
In an ironic twist, the BLM hopes cattle from Dwight and Steven Hammond – ranchers prosecuted for starting range fires – can reduce a fire risk on the high desert of eastern Oregon.
Oliver Sloup joins RFD-TV to discuss his near term outlook for the grain and livestock markets.
Are the grains close to finding a bottom?
The five Iowa farmers who started what is now the Global Farmer Network® in 2000 wanted to take the principles that animated Dr. Borlaug’s life as well as the Green Revolution and extend them into the 21st century.
Frank Mitloehner, professor and air quality expert at the University of California, Davis, will receive the 2019 Borlaug CAST Communication Award.
Cattle on Feed estimates for April 1, 2019, were 2% higher than the same month a year ago.
Olive Sloup breaks down the grain and livestock markets in his weekly "2 Minute Drill"
Is there any hope for the grain markets?
What to look for in tomorrow's trade.
Cattle feeding margins improved $16 per head last week as cash prices inched higher less than $1 per cwt.
Carl's Jr. will debut a CBD-infused "Rocky Mountain High: CheeseBurger Delight" at a single location in Denver on Saturday, April 20.
Grain markets continue to be bearish until proven bullish.
The Bureau of Land Management now offers the Adoption Incentive Program that provides up to $1,000 for those who adopt an untrained wild horse.
The Oregon Cattlemen’s Association urges its members to submit testimony in opposition to Oregon Senate Bill 978, an omnibus gun control package.
A northern Utah man faces criminal charges after 46 cows he was hired to take care of died of starvation, and numerous others were seriously injured or impaired.
What to look for in this week's grain and livestock markets.
Africa struggles to feed itself. Farmers who don’t defend what they grow often have little or nothing to harvest.
If Meatless Monday were adopted by all Americans we’d see a GHG reduction of just 0.5%.