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New Law Compels Zimbabwe Banks to Accept Cows as Collateral

04/12/2017

Cattle, sheep and goats may soon be loan collateral in Zimbabwe.

Crisis Planning: What's Your Plan?

04/12/2017

It's tough to talk about the "what ifs" but planning for the worst is important for the future success of your operation.

Pipestone Vet Corner: Responsible Antibiotic Use from Families to Farm

04/12/2017

Dr. Carissa Odland discusses the reasons why antibiotics need to be prescribed for the right things, at the right time, and in the right dosage.

Brexit to Trigger UK Farm Policy Overhaul and EU Funding Gap

04/12/2017

Britain is expected to radically overhaul agricultural policy after it leaves the European Union and the bloc may have to make changes too when it loses Britain's net contributions to the region's farming budget.

Complete Coverage of April 11 USDA Reports

04/11/2017

See all of the report data, coverage and analysis of USDA's April 11 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report.

Complete Coverage of April 11 USDA Reports

04/11/2017

See all of the report data, coverage and analysis of USDA's April 11 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report.

Why Brazil Meat Scam Didn't Open Doors to U.S. Beef

04/11/2017

Exports for both beef and pork have been flexing their muscles in the market, and DuWayne Bosse of Bolt Marketing says that’s because of high consumer confidence coupled with a strong Dow.

Senators Urge Trump to Discuss U.S. Beef Trade with Chinese President

04/07/2017

President Donald Trump is scheduled to meet his Chinese counterpart later today, and it could set the tone for trade between the two nations. Beef producers hope this could mean greater access to the world’s most populated country.

Supporting a UK Champion of Sound Science: Princess Anne

04/06/2017
When the BBC asked Princess Anne if she would like to grow genetically modified crops on her farm, she replied simply: “Yes.”

'From the Ashes' Benefits Wildfire Relief

04/03/2017

Original artwork generates $32,000 for wildfire relief efforts.

How To Use Operating Loans Correctly

03/31/2017
Here are some guidelines and questions we use at Farm Credit Mid-America to help farmers assess their operating loan needs.

It Is Time for Kenya to Move off The Brink and Lead with Agricultural Technology

03/30/2017
My hope, and that of many Kenyan scientists and farmers, is that Kenya will become a leader among African nations in the adoption of biotechnology.

Analyst: $105/cwt Could Be the Lowest Price for Cattle All Year

03/29/2017

The cattle market has seen some strong rallies in the first few months of 2017.

NCBA, Producers Urge Trump Action on U.S. Beef Access to China

03/29/2017

China, Chile and Egypt have now lifted their bans on importing beef from Brazil.

Brazil Meat Scandal Could Be Beneficial to U.S. Producers

03/28/2017

Brazil’s embattled meat industry received encouraging news as some of its key export markets eases restrictions stemming from allegations of bribery of meat inspectors. 

Brazil Meat Scandal Fuels Calls for U.S. Ban on Brazilian Raw Beef

03/28/2017

A cadre of U.S. lawmakers and food safety advocates are pressuring the federal government to join other nations blocking shipments of raw beef from Brazil in the face of a scandal in that country's meatpacking sector.

Brazil Suspends Three More Meat Plants

03/28/2017

Brazil ordered three more food processing plants to suspend production on Monday amid an investigation into alleged corruption in its meat industry as the world's biggest beef exporter sought to regain the trust of consumers.

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