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It’s been 13 years since China closed its doors to U.S. beef, and that may change soon if the meeting between President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping is any indication of a relationship change.
The Grisby family near Ashland, Kan. continue to handle the aftermath of last month's Starbuck Fire.
Research from experts at Purdue University can help you learn to better manage employees within your business.
I’m still waiting for the media to explode in outrage over a recall of E. coli O157:H7-tainted food products. Want to know why it hasn’t happened? Because people got sick on soy, not steak.
Hog slaughter for week ending April 8 was 2.301 million head, 6.8% higher than the same week a year ago.
PETA works to promote the work done by people on behalf of the vegan community. Why doesn't agriculture do the same?
A change in how antibiotics are authorized to be used in food animals is at the forefront of the antibiotic resistance discussion.
Research to support any person’s personal opinion is available, but that doesn’t mean it’s good research. Here are some pointers for telling the difference.
A written plan to respond to disease outbreaks for your livestock operation is like insurance.
Veterinarians play significant roles in assuring animal health and wellbeing, food safety and security, public health, and producer profitability, especially in rural areas of the country where most livestock production occurs.
Managers and supervisors have many challenges to deal with daily in order to strive to help their company reach goals, be productive, and profitable.
An online blog that gives voice to those visceral sentiments we harbor about people we loathe, has inspired a British writer to savage a BBC executive who mandates Meatless Mondays.
The effectiveness of biosecurity methods to mitigate the transmission of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) via farm personnel or contaminated fomites is poorly understood.
With the Russian market closed to U.S. pork and beef, U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) Manager Yuri Barutkin, who is based in St. Petersburg, is now focused on market development efforts in Europe and in the region surrounding Russia.
Bringing new animals home also means potentially bringing home new diseases, too.