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Trump EPA Pick to Quash 'Heavy Hand' in Environmental Regulation

01/18/2017

Scott Pruitt to outline his vision in confirmation hearing.

 

Profit Tracker: Margins Retreat for Packers, Producers

01/17/2017

Cattle feeders turned a profit for the eighth consecutive week.

Business on Track to be Wyoming's First USDA Slaughterhouse

01/17/2017

Wyoming may have its first USDA licensed packing plant.

Drought-to-Drenched California Faces H20 Balancing Act

01/17/2017

January storms fill reservoirs and bury mountains in snow. Now ‘the primary challenge’ is managing it all before summer.

The Bald and the Bold: Eagles' Resurgence Comes at a Price

01/16/2017

Some farmers and conservationists say the resurgence of the American bald eagle has come at a price. 

Large Holstein Steer Discounts Seen as Packers Reduce Slaughter

01/16/2017

Cattle prices are still considerably lower than the highs of two years ago. However, Holstein cattle appear to be facing their own price pressure as buyers push discounts and some packers shut the door. 

'Fitbit' for Cows to Debut at National Western Stock Show

01/15/2017

A longhorn herd is part of a beta testing program of a 'Fitbit' like chip tagged to the cattle's ear and transmits bio-data through a smart phone app.

Cattle Sales Volume High, Prices Uneven

01/14/2017

The volume of cattle and calves sold the week ended Jan. 13 was called the second largest in five years, with prices steady to uneven. 

Ice Storm Targets Central United States

01/13/2017

An ice storm heading for the central United States is threatening to cause power outages and create treacherous travel conditions on Friday and into the weekend, the National Weather Service said.

Appreciating President Obama’s Trade Support

01/12/2017
Let's give President Obama two cheers on trade: He had the good sense to abandon protectionist views and delivered a few concrete accomplishments, but he also might have achieved more.

Corporate Farming Lawsuit will Pit 2 Largest Farm Groups

01/12/2017

A lawsuit in North Dakota pits two large agriculture groups against each other over anti-corporate farming laws.

Taco Bell Joins Fried-Chicken Fad as Consumption Reaches Record

01/11/2017

Mexican chain will add chicken shell to capitalize on trend.

 

Cattle Market Silver Lining: Stability

01/11/2017

Silver linings are hard to find in a cattle market just two years removed from record-high prices—but they exist. 

Profit Tracker: Feedyard Margins Exceed $150

01/10/2017

Feedlot closeouts continue ending on positive notes.

Profit Tracker: Feedyard Margins Exceed $150

01/10/2017

Feedlot closeouts continue ending on positive notes.

Nine Trump Nominees Who'll Face Extreme Vetting by Democrats

01/10/2017

Senate confirmation hearings for nominees start this week.

Kansas Lawmakers Jump-start Debate over Repealing Tax Break

01/10/2017

Kansas lawmakers jump-start debate over repealing tax break

Climate Disasters Cost U.S. $46 Billion as Flooding Leads List

01/10/2017

Across 48 states, 2016 was second-warmest year on record.

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