University of Nebraska is projecting lower farm prices and economic growth in the Cornhusker State.
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Officials schedule meetings to discuss bovine TB discoveries
A majority of cattle producers in Iowa voted to reinstate a $0.50 per head checkoff.
The meaty bragging rights game has changed.
World food prices edged lower in November, interrupting an almost continuous trend higher this year, the United Nations food agency said on Thursday.
Northern U.S. gets cold in a La Nina, while the South warms.
Corn and steer prices go hand-in-hand.
One cow is dead after hundreds were turned loose from a Maine dairy farm.
Pruitt has fought to block EPA’s climate rules under Obama. He has also challenged the agency’s water and smog measures.
Fourteen percent of large restaurant companies have activists.
Cattle feeders turned a tidy profit for the second consecutive week.
Chipotle co-CEO admits customer service is poor at half of the burrito restaurants.
Proposal avoids possible veto by Brazil’s development bank.
More rules in Vermont are hoped to prevent farm runoff into Lake Champlain.
Tyson Foods is planning to create a venture fund that would develop innovations for feeding the globe.
Kansas State University is hosting a series of seminars to navigate through a tough agriculture economy.
For most of his life, Bob Foote, owner of Foote Cattle Company in Kansas, has been in the cattle feeding business. Volatility is nothing new to him, but 2016 has been one of his most challenging years yet.
Cattle prices have climbed to their highest point since August.
The Wayne Bridge Road farm spans 3,000 acres of grain and cattle.
Commodities dropped 40-60% in value the past few years. How much longer will the slide continue?
Supply is currently outpacing demand. If that continues hay prices will remain relatively the same.
Agriculture department says too few producers participating.
U.S. net farm income is expected to drop for a third consecutive year in 2016, sinking 17.2 percent to $66.9 billion due largely to weak returns for livestock, dairy and poultry farms, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Wednesday.
Farm incomes in Kentucky are expected to fall.
Beef Imports are not to blame for low prices.
Cattle feeders earned a small profit on cattle sold last week, the first positive closeouts in months.
Little appetite seen for action on undocumented people in U.S.