A longhorn herd is part of a beta testing program of a 'Fitbit' like chip tagged to the cattle's ear and transmits bio-data through a smart phone app.
The volume of cattle and calves sold the week ended Jan. 13 was called the second largest in five years, with prices steady to uneven.
An ice storm heading for the central United States is threatening to cause power outages and create treacherous travel conditions on Friday and into the weekend, the National Weather Service said.
A lawsuit in North Dakota pits two large agriculture groups against each other over anti-corporate farming laws.
Mexican chain will add chicken shell to capitalize on trend.
Feedlot closeouts continue ending on positive notes.
Senate confirmation hearings for nominees start this week.
Kansas lawmakers jump-start debate over repealing tax break
Across 48 states, 2016 was second-warmest year on record.
Silver linings are hard to find in a cattle market just two years removed from record-high prices—but they exist.
Meat packing is one of the the only manufacturing jobs that is on the rise.
A reported $2.6 million was allegedly embezzled by a former employee of the Oklahoma Beef Council.
The owner of a now-closed beef-jerky maker is being sued by the federal government for firing an employee who tried to call 911 to help a co-worker with a severed thumb.
Three masters of the burger universe pick the best.
Forget the bloody burgers. Try some crabless cakes.
Cowboys and packers finished 2016 on a high note, maintaining per head profits north of $100 for the week ended Dec. 30.
Pace of appointment seen as gauge of attention to farm policy.
Social media videos featuring R-CALF are short on facts in the ongoing debate on country of origin labeling and beef trade.
Curious what goes on at the Christmas office party in the barnyard on the farm?
Supporters of cattleman and anti-federal government figure Cliven Bundy are protesting a presidential decision to give national monument protection to public land where Bundy grazes cows near his southern Nevada ranch.
Cow herd expansion appears to be on the rise.
Sonny Perdue’s selection for agriculture post isn’t yet final.
Fiscal conservatives, as well as environmentalists, have long called for reforming this system to reflect the true market value of the access and extracted resources.
Agriculture might benefit from less oversight, but trade policies could see a setback from president-elect Trump’s plans.
Hormones have been used in beef production since the 1950s.
Ohio's prisons agency made about $4.5 million from selling cattle and equipment after shutting down its prison-farm system, according to records from the state Department of Administrative Services.
As the Obama administration starts to wind down its tenure in Washington, it’s taking up a fight on behalf of U.S. beef producers.
Feedlot marketings were up 16.6% in November, while placements rose 15%.