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Study: Fed Program Surprisingly Beneficial to WA Sage Grouse

05/09/2017

Sage grouse are benefiting from land going into CRP in Washington.

Working Ranch Cowboys Association Steps Up for Fire Relief

05/09/2017

Since its inception, the WRCA Foundation has provided over $3 million in financial support to ranching families.

Judge Clears Kansas Cattle Buyer of Criminal Charges

05/08/2017

A Kansas cattle buyer and his company have been cleared of all criminal charges after a federal judge found prosecutors did not present enough evidence at trial for the case to go to the jury.

Brazil's Bad-Meat Scandal Puts Spotlight on a Controversial Star

05/08/2017

Agriculture Minister Blairo Maggi helped stem meat scandal.

Animal Rights Activists Fly Drone Near Research Facility, Feedlots

05/04/2017

An animal rights group was in Nebraska this week and may have been trying to get footage of dead cattle after the weekend blizzard. 

Culver’s Kicks Off Second Year of #FarmingFridays

05/04/2017

#FarmingFridays is part of Culver’s Thank You Farmers initiative, which recognizes the hard work and commitment of the farmers who feed the nation.

Trade and Competition Make Us All Better: A Case for NAFTA

05/04/2017
We must connect the dots for ordinary citizens, who benefit from free trade but may not think much about why or how. It goes way beyond grains and milk. Our cars, equipment, fertilizer and oil —we rely on trade agreements for all of them.

Family, Friends Are First Source for Food Safety Info

05/04/2017

It's a little scary: University of Florida study reports that 64% of respondents obtain food safety information from family and friends.

CSU Meat Center Gets Pushback from Animal Rights Activists

05/03/2017

Animal rights activists don't want a new meat research facility to be built at Colorado State University.

Blizzard Conditions Cause Possibly Thousands of Cattle to Die

05/03/2017

Cattle ranchers in the Great Plains have been struck with another heavy blow after a weekend blizzard left countless cattle dead and thousands struggling to feed in Oklahoma and Kansas. This setback comes two months after the March wildfires tore through Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.

Cattle Futures, Beef Prices Soar After Blizzard Clobbers Midwest

05/02/2017

Kansas animal losses may reach thousands, livestock group says.

Cattle Futures, Beef Prices Soar After Blizzard Clobbers Midwest

05/02/2017

Kansas animal losses may reach thousands, livestock group says.

Farmers and Ranchers Impressed by Secretary Perdue

05/02/2017

Having an Agriculture Secretary with on-the-farm experience has farmers and ranchers eager to see what Sonny Perdue can get done at USDA.

Maple Leaf Foods Posts Higher Than Expected Profit

05/02/2017

Meat-packaging company Maple Leaf Foods Inc reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, driven by increased retail sales in Canada and higher exports.

TPP Nations Meet in Canada to Discuss Fate of Pact Without U.S.

05/02/2017

Canada is hosting a round of exploratory negotiations on the future of the Trans Pacific Partnership after the U.S. bowed out.

Feedyards Scramble To Recover From Blizzard

05/01/2017

Massive storm and high winds stress cattle and cowboys.

 

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