The average value of farm and ranch land in South Dakota has dropped for the first time in at least a quarter century.
Calling losses of $193 per head an improvement may be painful, but it’s accurate.
Investment at record in 2015 and could expand this year, according to a USDA report.
ImmuCell Corp. plans to build a production facility to create a new product for mastitis treatment.
Three wolves in Wyoming are being pursued by wildlife officials after repeated attacks on cattle.
Proposed all-Australian bid won’t need government approval.
Alcorn State University plans to use $5.5 million in federal money to build a new animal science center.
CME cattle futures followed Thursday’s limit up trading with solid gains again in action Friday. The nearby October contract closed up $2.12 at $101.15.
National wildlife refuge occupier Ryan Bundy twice referenced the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. during his closing argument Wednesday, and he told jurors to "stand for freedom" and find him not guilty.
Voters in Washington state will be asked next month whether they want to adopt the nation's first carbon tax -- a powerful way to curb greenhouse-gas emissions. You'd think environmental groups would be doing everything they can to back that idea. You'd be wrong.
A severe drought spreading rapidly across Alabama is forcing conservation measures and worrying farmers, and forecasters said Thursday there wasn't much relief in sight.
Maine farmers to receive disaster assistance and loans from the USDA for drought. recovery.
Screwworms in the Florida Keys have agriculture officials in Georgia preparing for the possibility of a spread north.
Cattle prices have fallen and so are profits.
While politicians on both sides of the aisle have differing opinions of the TPP, cattlemen across the U.S. are hoping to get the trade deal signed as soon as possible.
A fire destroyed the Diamond W Feeds grain elevator in Medina, N.D. this weekend.
Officials say the infestation of screwworms is spreading in the Florida Keys.
Cattle have been shot in North Dakota with both a gun and arrows.
In letter, groups call the pledge ‘major step backwards’.
The farm economy has been struggling for a while now, especially with weak cattle prices and disease issues in wheat.
Given market fundamentals of supply and demand, it would appear cattle are being undervalued in today’s market.
A NBA team owner is getting into the pork business.
A new PETA billboard ad designed to capture the attention of New Yorkers contains a play on words that many believe goes beyond offensive – an unwelcome joke about sexual assault.
Officials in the northwestern corner of Iowa say about 40 head of cattle have died after eating from a feed wagon that contained a ground-up battery.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has notified livestock industry groups that it will move forward with proposed Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Act (GIPSA) rules proposed in 2010.
Montana wildlife officials are expanding efforts to keep elk that may be infected with brucellosis away from domestic cattle.
Feedyard margins dropped another $20 last week to total an average loss of $90 per head, according to the Sterling Beef Profit Tracker.
The widespread availability of smartphones is changing the way livestock in the Horn of Africa is insured: one photo at a time.