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Greg HendersonEditorial Director

Greg Henderson assumed the leadership of Beef Today in August 2013. Previously, he was the long-time Drovers/CattleNetwork editor. He writes from Mission, Kan.
Greg Henderson assumed the leadership of Beef Today in August 2013. Previously, he was the long-time Drovers/CattleNetwork editor. He writes from Mission, Kan.

Articles By Greg Henderson

Texas A&M Winter Wheat Stocker Cattle
Aug 23, 2019

Cattle Markets Higher, COF News Good

Cash fed cattle prices moved higher in all regions, with the largest gains found in the north. Feeder cattle sold higher at auctions across the nation.
China Tariffs
Aug 23, 2019

China Will Raise Tariffs On Beef, Pork - Trump Calls Companies Home

Chinese officials on Friday announced increased tariffs on a host of U.S. agricultural goods, including a 10% increase on beef and pork.
DC Feedlot
Aug 23, 2019

Cattle on Feed Up Slightly, Marketings 7% Higher

U.S. cattle on feed totaled 11.1 million head in USDA’s August 1 inventory, which was slightly higher than the same period a year ago.
Beef Red Angus Cow Calf
Aug 22, 2019

Retained Ownership 2019

This year's weather extremes will play a role in the success of calf marketing programs.
Elanco
Aug 20, 2019

Elanco Agrees To Buy Bayer Animal Health

Elanco Animal Health has agree to buy Bayer’s veterinary drugs unit in a cash and stock deal valued at $7.6 billion.
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Aug 20, 2019

Diemel Brothers’ Suspect Faces New Charges

Additional charges have been filed against the Missouri farmer currently held without bail after the disappearance of Nick and Justin Diemel.
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Aug 16, 2019

Cattle Slaughter Up 9,000 Head, Prices Down 5%, Choice Beef Up 9%

In a head-scratching week of data, estimated cattle slaughter was 9,000 head higher following the Tyson fire, cattle prices were down 5% or more, and yet wholesale beef prices rose 9%.
Tyson Logo
Aug 15, 2019

Kansas Leaders Offer Support After Tyson Fire

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly says the fire at Tyson's beef facility will affect many individuals and businesses in the beef industry that fuels western Kansas, and offered the state's support.
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Aug 14, 2019

Tyson: “Months Not Weeks” For Rebuild

Tyson officials said Friday night's fire caused "major damage," but the company is working "as quickly as possible" to return its Holcomb, Kan., facility to operation.