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The wildfires in Oklahoma have turned deadly after killing two people and burning more than 300,000 acres across the state.
Agriculture on the Great Plains in the coming decades may be adversely affected by a shifting of the climate boundary due to global warming, says Richard Seager, a climate scientist at Columbia University.
Wildfires have burned up to 200,000 acres in Oklahoma forcing the Governor to declare a state of emergency, while cattlemen are banding together to form a relief fund to lend a helping hand.
Feeder cattle prices rebounded while fed cattle markets were steady to firm.
Two major wildfires account for the majority of damage in Oklahoma, but there are still 19 other active wildfires in the state.
Soybeans set for a breakout
Cattle continue to rally
Oliver Sloup shares his thoughts on the grain and livestock markets.
Cowboy boots trekked across Capitol Hill this week, as members of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) visited legislative officials to share how harmful “fake meat” could be to the beef industry.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) says supply and demand factors led to the dramatic cattle price decline from 2013 to 2016.
It simply makes sense for the United States and the United Kingdom to look towards a new bilateral trade agreement.
A rancher in northeast Oregon has been granted the right to kill two wolves by state officials following an attack on calves in his cow herd.
What's next for cattle futures?
Gardiner Angus Ranch’s 39th annual spring production sale saw a total of 809 lots sold for a total of $6,004,100, with an average of $7,242.
What does yesterday's USDA report mean for prices?
Will we get a firm cash trade this week?
Possibly more important than products on the tariff lists, are what’s left off of them.
NCBA encourages USDA to look beyond modifying “standards of identity” in order to provide adequate protection for beef producers and consumers.
Remaining cattle feeding profits were erased last week with a $4 decline in the cash market.
The sudden death of more than a dozen cows leads a Kansas ranch on a frustrating odyssey.