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It takes a farmer to grow grapes, but it takes an architect to grow grapes in the desert.
If you’re terrified of the day when an activist turns the spotlight on you, read on.
Oliver Sloup breaks down the grain and livestock markets in his weekly "2 Minute Drill"
The U.S. annual Cattle Inventory report found 94.8 million head on farms and ranches, up slightly from last year. The calf crop from 2018 totaled 36.4 million head, up 2%.
Graduate student Miriam Martin sees a bright and profitable future for a cattle industry that’s willing to tackle tough topics like animal welfare and pain mitigation.
Launch of the Green New Deal was derailed by "farting cows" headlines, which may have created more long-term damage to your business than the proposed environmental plan.
Miriam Martin says she draws her inspiration from being a farm kid, and her upbringing was a gift. Now she wants to pass on that gift to others.
Buy or Sell?
Industry-wide average cattle feeding margins improved last week, while pork producer margins declined.
Oklahoma authorities say the incidences of cattle theft are on the rise.
A near term low for wheat?
Are live cattle futures near a top?
Bud Lite's controversial Super Bowl ad has its competitors rethinking a proposed alliance to launch an advertising campaign promoting beer consumption.
A bottom for wheat?
What's next for cattle and hogs?
The theft of more than 100 cattle near Pryor, Okla., represents losses of more than $100,000, rancher says.
Last week brought one of the lightest trade volumes the market has seen for an extended time.
Kicking the can down the road
USDA's cattle on feed report released Friday found 11.7 million cattle in feedlots on January 1.
Need to ask an important question? We recommend “raising the steaks” using your show steer.