Sara BrownLivestock and Production Editor

Sara covers the livestock beat and copy edits articles for Farm Journal and Beef Today magazines. She also proofreads articles in Dairy Today and Implement & Tractor. Growing up on a Missouri diversified crop and livestock farm, Sara knew she was meant for a job in the agricultural field. A 2004 University of Missouri Ag Journalism graduate, Sara previously worked for The Cattleman’s Advocate, a regional beef publication in northeast Missouri. In college, she worked for the University of Missouri Ag Extension News Service and interned with the American Agricultural Editors Association and Osborn & Barr in St. Louis. Sara
Sara covers the livestock beat and copy edits articles for Farm Journal and Beef Today magazines. She also proofreads articles in Dairy Today and Implement & Tractor. Growing up on a Missouri diversified crop and livestock farm, Sara knew she was meant for a job in the agricultural field. A 2004 University of Missouri Ag Journalism graduate, Sara previously worked for The Cattleman’s Advocate, a regional beef publication in northeast Missouri. In college, she worked for the University of Missouri Ag Extension News Service and interned with the American Agricultural Editors Association and Osborn & Barr in St. Louis. Sara

Articles By Sara Brown

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Jul 18, 2019

Only Meat Should Be Labeled Meat – Andy Gibson, MS Ag Commissioner

“It seems to me that the folks who want to buy vegan burgers...they would appreciate it not being labeled as meat or a meat food product,” said Andy Gibson, Mississippi’s Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce.
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Jul 17, 2019

Public Lands Council To Congress: Federal Wild Horse Control Critical

The current system of managing wild horses and burros on public lands “has been crippled to the point of catastrophic failure," said Ethan Lane, NCBA & Public Lands Council to congressional leaders.
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Jul 12, 2019

Weaner Pig Breakevens was $41.18, down $3.37

The profit potential decreased $3.77 this week to a projected gain of $8.86 per head.
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Jul 12, 2019

WASDE: Price Forecasts for Pork, Cattle Edge Back

As crop farmers debated the July World Agricultural Supply and Demands Estimates (WASDE) report, livestock producers anxiously watched for changes in the 2019 red meat and poultry production forecast.
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Jul 03, 2019

The Best Farmer Ideas From Cattle Producers

The best ideas for the farm are often born out of necessity. We’ve rounded up the best ideas from cattle producers from our media partner Farm Journal’s $100 Ideas contest.
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Jul 01, 2019

The Menu Disconnect: Where's the Pork?

Protein is changing consumer eating habits and promises big opportunity for pork producers. But new insights from the National Pork Board and the Pork Checkoff show pork only holds a small portion of menu offerings.
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Jun 27, 2019

Markets Jump on Skyrocketing Hog Inventory

Inventory of all hogs and pigs on June 1, 2019, was 75.5 million head, up 4% from June 1, 2018, and up 1% from March 1, 2019. This is highest June 1 inventory since estimates began in 1964.
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Jun 27, 2019

Hormel Looks to Plant-Based Proteins For Pizza Toppings

Hormel is developing a vegan pizza topping and other plant-based products to capitalize on apparent demand for non-meat foods.
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Jun 20, 2019

Beef Sushi–Foodservice Guide to “Beefshi” Appeals to Millennials

Celebrating International Sushi Day—a new idea for the beef industry. The Foodservice Guide to Beefshi, has 16 recipes for beef sushi or “Beefshi” that can be easily prepared for restaurant or supermarkets.