It will be a less profitable year for farmers as low grain, milk and hog prices cut into income, U.S. Department of Agriculture officials say.
The Jackson County Cattlemen’s Association hosted their annual tour on August 13, 2015. This year’s tour went to two farms and the local research station.
The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) will host its annual Policy Conference Sept. 23-25 at the Westin Riverwalk Hotel in San Antonio, Texas.
Farm and ranch dogs have a lot to celebrate on National Dog Day.
Tyson Foods doesn't have to pay workers at two of its Nebraska plants for the time they spend putting on and taking off safety gear and preparing for work, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.
Hillary Rodham Clinton collected her first endorsement from a member of President Barack Obama's Cabinet on Tuesday when Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack cited her leadership and loyalty in announcing his decision to fall in line behind the "battle-tested" and embattled Democratic presidential contender.
McDonald’s Corp. gave a cool reaction to Burger King’s proposal to sell a hybrid “McWhopper” sandwich for charity, suggesting the two companies should aim higher in an attempt to “make a difference.
Millennial Listening Panel helps beef checkoff define opportunities.
A couple of top SEC football teams got a boost to their protein intake this preseason thanks to their local cattlemen’s association feeding them beef.
Thanks to a long-term, collaborative effort, a new fact sheet detailing Beneficial Uses of Manure and Environmental Protection has been released.
As incomes rise in China, people are spending more on consumer products from luxury handbags to baby food. Already the meat of choice in many Chinese households, pork demand is growing.
China’s fifth interest rate cut since November and reduction to banks’ required reserve ratios seeks to break a downward spiral that engulfed global markets since the surprise move to devalue the yuan on Aug. 11.
Three new 8000 Series SPFHs utilize latest technology to reduce crop losses and boost performance.
USDA’s mid-year cattle count provides evidence ranchers are building herds at a rapid pace.
While the market for bred heifers is likely to remain solid, it looks to be slightly less robust than in 2014 but demand is still there.
Cow-Calf Cowboy College draws producers from 23 states.
Advocates believe beef’s story must be shared.
Smithfield Foods Inc. has increased its pork shipments to China by almost half in the first six months of 2015, Chief Financial Officer Kenneth Sullivan said.
The feeding margin risk will likely dictate actions feedlots take to manage the risk of lower fed cattle prices and higher feeder cattle and corn prices.
Kubota expands Its prominence in the hay market with four new models.
Extreme heat, dry conditions can lead to possible losses.
Net farm income is forecast to fall 36% to $58.3 billion this year, according to quarterly numbers released Tuesday by USDA.
A Consumer Reports study released yesterday includes misleading information that could increase consumer confusion about food safety heading into the Labor Day weekend, say beef safety experts.
Prices are expected to moderate on calves this fall which means a lower upfront investment when purchasing calves this year relative to one year ago.
The Beef Industry Long Range Plan includes strategies for a stronger industry.
Bow Creek Farms supplies Hershey Hotel with grass-fed beef.
Livestock producers share how it can be done.
The new John Deere 9RX four-track series broadens the fleet of 9R/9RT wheel and two-track tractors and sports the same features and options.