Animal rights activists continue to threaten animal agriculture. What can you do to protect your farm?
Through the history of the beef quality assurance (BQA) initiative, we’ve known the effort would never be “finished,” but instead would require continuous improvement and discovery of new methods or practices.
As businesses align and their resources combine, the opportunities accelerate. But bringing together complex technologies and ideas is a challenge.
Roads remind us of where we’ve been and show us where we’re going. In the pork industry, we have good reason to be optimistic as we look down the road to see what’s ahead in 2019.
Some advisers are encouraging farmers to keep some of their seed-purchase options flexible a while longer.
Be present in all you do, and measure accomplishment by results rather than by hours worked. Also, create space just for you, either in a physical location or in your head.
Outlook for cattle veterinarians in 2019 suggests continued emphasis on antibiotic stewardship, animal welfare.