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Ranching Standoff: Bundy Takes the Witness Stand

10/05/2016

The leader of an armed takeover of a national wildlife refuge took the witness stand in his own defense, tearfully telling jurors he was initially reluctant to get involved in the plight of two Oregon ranchers ordered to return to prison.

Analyst: Big Washout For Cattle, Hog Prices in 2017 in Stone

10/05/2016

Beef and pork prices have weakened the past year, and it looks like they could keep dipping.

How the TPP Would Affect Agriculture

10/05/2016

Presidential hopefuls have voiced their opposition of TPP, but that's not the popular opinion of agriculture. Many groups say trade deals mean jobs and a better bottom-line for farmers and ranchers. 

Cattle Ranchers Their Own Worst Enemy as Large Herds Drop Prices

10/04/2016

Quickest buildup in 30 years ‘snuck up’ on beef industry.

How the TPP Would Affect Agriculture

10/04/2016

Presidential hopefuls have voiced their opposition of TPP, but that's not the popular opinion of agriculture. Many groups say trade deals mean jobs and a better bottom-line for farmers and ranchers. 

Are you Ready for Succession? Take the Quiz!

10/04/2016

Are you ready to take the next step and start creating a succession plan for your farming operation? Maybe you already started but have hit a roadblock or perhaps you just don’t know where to start. Good news! You can start right here. Take the Succession Planning Self-Assessment quiz!

Cargill Profit Jumps 66% on Cattle Herd Growth, Beef Demand

10/04/2016

Animal feed and protein unit was biggest profit contributor.

Missouri Man Sentenced in 3-part Cattle Fraud Scheme

10/04/2016

A northern Missouri man was sentenced to two years in prison without parole for cattle fraud schemes that cost his victims $262,000.

2 Vying to Become Washington's Next Public Lands Chief

10/03/2016

Washington's next public lands commissioner will be expected to preserve forests, water and habitat in the face of more intense wildfires and a changing climate, while also ensuring revenues from logging, land leases and other operations for school construction and other projects.

Company Makes Dry Cattle Feed Pellets From Ethanol Byproduct

10/03/2016

A Nebraska company has found a way to make dry cattle feed pellets from an ethanol byproduct without adding any binding ingredients.

Maine Farms Hurt by Drought Eligible for Federal Help

10/03/2016

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is making Maine farms hard-hit by the drought eligible for federal assistance.

Trucker Hauling Milk Hits, Kills Cow Near Vermont farm

10/03/2016

Authorities in Vermont say a New Hampshire truck driver hauling milk struck and killed a cow over the weekend.

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