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The United States’ number one beef importer for value and volume is hiking its tariffs on U.S. beef products.
Export demand is driving up prices for quality hay in the western U.S.
Industry sales of packaged-food sales slowed in recent years.
Livestock producers in Montana have been battling multiple wildfires in July, including the 270,200 acre Lodgepole Complex fire.
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Japanese officials confirm rising imports of frozen beef in the first quarter of the Japanese fiscal year (April-June) have triggered a safeguard, resulting in an automatic increase to Japan's tariff rate under the WTO on imports of frozen beef from the U.S.
Drought conditions worsened in several states over the past week from extreme heat and weeks with little rain, raising the prospect that grocery staples such as bread and beans could cost more as the region that produces those commodities is hardest hit.
Friday’s release of Japanese import data could pull the trigger on major disruptions in the U.S.-Japan beef trade.
They say for every action there is a reaction. We are seeing an example of that as Japan prepares to increase its tariff on us frozen beef from 38.5 percent to 50 percent.
A federal judge sentenced a Phoenix man Wednesday to 68 years in prison for his role as a gunman in a standoff that stopped federal agents from rounding up cattle near the Nevada ranch of anti-government activist Cliven Bundy three years ago.
Move beyond frozen burger patties presents new challenges.
Drought and dryness in the northern Plains hasn’t been enough to stop cattle growth, according to the mid-year cattle inventory numbers from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Washington is home to a minimum 115 wolves in an estimated 20 packs. But 11 of those packs are bunched up here, overlapping grazing allotments in the Colville National Forest.
Farmers in the northern Plains are well aware of the dry conditions, and now they have to resort to drastic measures in order to deal with eroding conditions that are destroying crops and pastures.
JBS, Marfrig and Minerva stand to gain record beef margins.
A punishing drought that stretches across much of the U.S. Northern Plains could cause farmers to lose 64 million bushels of wheat production this year, according to federal officials.