Cattle News BEEF | TODAY
Updated: 7 hours 44 min ago
The Champion Ranch includes a covered rodeo arena, 10 homes and a saloon to host 130 people at parties. It was also the filming site of the movie “Deep in the Heart” and rights to the movie are part of the sale.
A lot of ranchers have trouble gathering their cattle. If done properly, however, one or two people can gather even large pastures in one day and miss none.
Are cattle futures breaking out?
Does xanthan gum, a synthetic substance, disqualify Tyson's 100% All Natural Batter Dipped Chicken Tenders as “all natural?”
Submit your comments about USRSB before July 1.
Books and classrooms are excellent sources of education, but nothing is better than the experience of doing something.
What to look for in today's USDA report
Demand for organic ingredients have pushed vanilla prices higher—a conundrum if you’re committed to natural and organic food, yet realize vanilla is produced in Third World countries by people making pennies a day.
Anaplasmosis is primarily spread via insects, veterinarians say, but producer unawareness and mismanagement are increasingly contributing factors.
Will cattle ever breakout?
May is Beef Month! Cattle farmers and ranchers are taking to Twitter to share stories from the farm and help educate others about the power of protein.
Beef cutout prices jumped $7.22 per cwt. last week, boosting packer profits $40 per head.
Is it time to buy beans?
Cattle futures struggle to gain ground.
Wildfires in northwest Oklahoma caused more than $26 million in damages for cattle ranchers after burning nearly 350,000 acres this April.
Cash trade in the South was robust once again this week, with most cattle bringing $126, and a handful trading early at $125. The trade in the North was steady to a little weaker.
Drought, prolonged cold weather, and the resulting lengthen winter grazing season, all contributed to a slow green-up in the Midwest this year. University of Missouri's Craig Roberts says focus on the second hay cutting.
How far will corn, beans, and wheat pull back?
March beef export value was $693.1 million, up 18 percent year-over-year
The legal case for an investment fraud scheme involving the resale of cattle is starting to come together as a man posing as a veterinarian has admitted to his participation in the scheme.