Day old Jersey bull calves aren’t worth a lot, but if you add some beef genetics their value can increase tenfold.
Fundamentally there was a market imbalance as truck-loads of red ink left the feedyards.
Small grains can accumulate high levels of nitrates.
Smaller equipment, including combines, are in demand.
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture, contractor to the beef checkoff, released a new educational app, “All About Beef”.
Johne's occurs most commonly in dairy cattle, but may occasionally be seen in beef cattle as well.
France’s surprisingly large wheat crop will have the nation’s cows, pigs and chickens dining on more of the grain instead of corn.
Livestock producers won a significant victory in court yesterday when a judge in Washington D.C., soundly rejected unsupported claims that the United States Forest Service wild horse management plan would threaten the long-term health and well-being of the wild horse population in the Modoc National Forest.
When China, the world's biggest consumer of commodities, slows, commodity producers feel the pain.
Wildlife officials won't allow people to kill wolves in eastern Oregon's Mount Emily pack despite five confirmed attacks on a sheep herd this summer.
The Texas Panhandle Forage Sorghum Silage Trials is the only forage trial nationwide used to update grain sorghum eligibility tables.
Producers have a few options for their calves after weaning.
The Cattlemen’s Beef Board will invest about $42 million into programs of beef promotion, research, consumer information, industry information, foreign marketing and producer communications in fiscal year 2016, if this recommendation of the Beef Promotion Operating Committee is approved by USDA, following review by the full Beef Board.
Cattle expansion may boost pasture values but move beef prices lower.
North Carolina's hog industry has been getting organized this year to fight what it considers misleading information about its farming operations and nuisance lawsuits challenging their environmental practices.
Gary Jacobson, Hitterdal, Minnesota, was honored as the 2015 Red Angus Association of America Advocate of the Year.
The third-annual National Anthem Singing Contest, hosted by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, is now open for entry.
Although there are many reasons to consider using native grasses, you might want to consider stockering and/or backgrounding program.
The Hall Red Angus was honored as Red Angus Pioneer Breeder of the Year during the Red Angus Association of America convention held in Grapevine, Texas Sept. 9-11, 2015.
Get to know the basics of selling freezer beef.
Weaning weight numbers imply that pounds of calf weaned off commercial cows are not increasing.
BQA Partnership with Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc. provides free certification through Nov. 20
One possibility to reduce feed costs is to use commodities that are available at salvage value.
The Florida legislature recently allocated $2 million a year for the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences to study Hemorrhagic disease.
Beef cow-calf producers have worked hard since that 60 to 90 pound calf hit the ground in the late winter-early spring calving season.
McDonald’s Corp., seeking to snap a sales slump by letting diners customize meals, is renaming its build-your-own burger program and replacing two unpopular flavors.
Generosity follows death of boys in cattle country.
Reason and logic in a normal year would indicate prices are near the bottom, but the market could continue to act contra-seasonally and dip further.