Among the foreign animal diseases posing potential threats to U.S. herds, we don’t often hear about Rift Valley Fever.
Missouri farmers are eligible to access emergency water sources for livestock and to hay nearly 900 acres of state-owned ground.
A wolf pack that has killed cattle in Washington has been approved to be handled with lethal action by wildlife officials.
The softening that is taking place in today’s market seems to have more to do with the seasonal price patterns established through supply and demand factors.
A man wearing a shirt saying “Go Vegan and Die” protested a vegan food festival by eating a veal heart, angering many of the festival attendees and prompting the cops to show up.
Recent research suggests more emphasis on feed biosecurity, particularly in imported ingredients, could help reduce the risk of introducing foreign animal diseases to U.S. livestock herds.
Currently, low hay supplies and overstocked pastures are commonplace in the Midwest. Limited forage availability is still a challenge for cattlemen.