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‘We cannot wall ourselves off’ from the other 96% of world.
Mars says a miscommunication with a subcontractor led to a defective batch of its Skittles, reportedly on their way to becoming cattle feed, ending up scattered across a highway.
Good access to export markets needed to avoid beef oversupply.
Strong feedlot demand for feeder cattle helps explain the strong feeder price rally at the end of 2016.
The cattle industry is buzzing in Nashville this week, and Pro Farmer couldn’t help but to join the conversation about prices.
The annual Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade Show was held Feb. 1-3 in Nashville, Tenn. Industry leaders talk about the health of the overall beef industry.
Reports of "fescue foot" causing loss of cows are coming in, says Craig Roberts, University of Missouri Extension forage specialist.
After beef prices saw an upward movement in the month of November, prices continued to climb in December.
The Utah Prairie Dog's listing under the Endangered Species Act is being challenged by a landowner. It is just one of a number of court cases that could affect agriculture in 2017.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture also reported a record amount of beef in freezers or cold storage last week.
While both fed and feeder cattle markets posted strong rallies into the new year, female markets were mixed.
Terri Barber steers the American Hereford Association forward.
A Utah law proposal would make it illegal to harrass livestock with a drone, and animal rights activists don't like it.
The cattle industry is gathering in Nashville for its annual National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) convention, discussing issues like trade and Washington policy as the new administration is already hard at work.
The cattle market has seen fluctuation, not only from the highs of two years ago but also from last fall when live cattle futures traded under a $1.
Rural America was instrumental to his election, but some worry he’ll shelve rules meant to help them in favor of big business.
New Holland Agriculture has announced an expansion of its implement product lines by way of its acquisition of the Grass and Soil business of Kongskilde Industries, part of the Danish Group Dansk Landbrugs Grovvareselskab. This business develops, manufactures and sells tillage, hay and forage implements under various brand names.
Oklahoma's rural lands aren't exactly a gold mine for their owners.