Rand Paul has told Kentucky farm leaders he supports federal crop insurance programs but did not say whether he would support the next federal farm bill if he is re-elected to the U.S. Senate.
Australia's north is forecast to receive above average rainfall over the next three months, the country's weather bureau said on Thursday, boosting cattle herds.
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Meat processor Beef Products Inc has dropped more than half the defendants from a lawsuit over its allegations that TV network ABC and others defamed a meat filler critics have dubbed "pink slime."
Rain over the past week has boosted soil moisture in South Dakota.
Changes in feeder cattle prices recently have potential impacts for cow-calf and stocker producers this fall.
With the growth of agritourism and more people visiting local farms, Connecticut officials are joining other states in educating farmers about how to mitigate health risks for their new visitors.
After a few weeks of positive price movements in the feeder cattle business, there was a small relapse this week.
Wet weather is hampering Minnesota farmers as they harvest small grains and hay in some areas of the state.
Number found working illegally nearly triples in three years.
Drought has led officials to allow emergency haying and grazing on conservation land in four south-central Nebraska counties.
Two men are expected to plead guilty in Nevada this week to federal charges stemming from an armed confrontation with U.S. land management agents over grazing rights near cattleman Cliven Bundy's ranch, according to court records and their attorneys.
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USDA's August Cattle on Feed report said July marketings were down 0.7%, July placements up 1.6%, and the number of cattle on feed up 1.6% at the start of August.
The diagnosis of bovine tuberculosis in a wild deer in southeast Indiana this week is prompting warnings for cattle owners and hunters in Ohio.
Authorities have seized 36 head of neglected cattle from a farm near Winterset in Madison County, Iowa.
California's state Senate on Monday revived a bill that would make the state the first in the United States to give farmworkers the same overtime pay as people who work in other industries, a last-ditch effort to reverse a nearly 80-year-old practice of exempting field hands from wage rules.
Drovers is proud to be hosting Cowboy College on Sept. 7-8, in Dodge City, Kan. The two day meeting will offer an educational opportunity designed specifically for feedlot crews.
South Dakota feedlots with capacities of 1,000 or more animals reported 220,000 cattle on feed on Aug. 1, up 5 percent from last year.
An effort to create a cattle herd and beef processing facilities on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation has run out of money and is in danger of ending.
Another summer of grazing has passed at the Bechtel Ranch.
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An online U.S. cattle auction that ranchers and traders hope will restore transparency to livestock pricing and reduce volatility in futures contracts is set to resume operations in September following a three-month halt, its owner said on Thursday.
Analysts expect Deere third-quarter earnings to fall 38%.
Cattle can now be transported from California without a bovine tuberculosis (TB) test.
Producers will not be able to purchase and use specific feed additive medications without a veterinary feed directive order.
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August WASDE feeds the bears on crop markets, could it also feed the bulls (and steers) this fall?