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The farm bill and livestock transportation were top of mind as the Young Cattlemen’s Conference went to Capitol Hill.
Dishonest and misleading PR tricks make True Story Foods our nomination for most inaccurately named food company of the year.
Two U.S. Senators proposed a bipartisan bill that would allow for reform of the hours of service and Electronic Logging Device regulations while also delaying enforcement.
Is the bottom in?
Are cattle heading higher?
The $4-plus rally in cash fed cattle prices pulled feedyards out of the red, and packer margins remain at historic levels.
What to look for in today's USDA report
Cattle reverse hard
Higher demand for plant-based proteins is evidence by a 19% growth in cases of the products shipped in the fiscal year ending March 2018.
Currently in the yards, it feels that packers are still playing the need for inventory, week to week.
A huge week for grains
For only the second time in more than a century, Montana’s LF Ranch is up for sale. Bozeman’s Swan Land Company announced the listing of the 42,400-acre ranch, offered at $52.5 million.
New Zealand authorities have determined ex-“Today” show host Matt Lauer can keep his 26,500-acre lakeside ranch.
An Indiana cattle broker faces 20 years in prison after pleading guilt to defrauding investors in a Ponzi scheme.
A federal appeals court ruling will resurrect a lawsuit by PETA challenging North Carolina’s "ag-gag” law.
R-CALF's lawsuit challenging the dismantling of COOL was dismissed. Now the group hopes to woo President Trump.
The hardest working employee on this farm does his job with a happy smile, a wagging tail and a huge heart. Patton, a two-legged blue heeler dog, takes his job running cattle seriously.
Porter Road, the Nashville, TN-based online start-up, has secured $3.7 million in seed funding.
Take a "pasture to plate" tour of the beef industry in Colorado with the 2018 Young Cattlemen’s Conference.
A relief rally or a real rally?