A court-ordered $230 million asset freeze has forced the closure of JBS activities in a Brazilian state.
JBS SA has withdrawn plans on what would have been a $500 million public offering to purchase stocks for the company’s processed food subsidiary JBS Foods International BV.
Top-ranking Congressional Democrats are calling on a federal watchdog to review whether Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt broke the law by making a video for a private group opposing an Obama-era clean-water rule
Online job ads can be a wonderful tool if done correctly.
Prices were higher for all classes of cattle for the week ended Oct. 13, with cash fed cattle trading at $111 per cwt., $2 higher. Cattle sold on a dressed basis at $175 per cwt., $2 to $3 higher.
American Beef Shipments to Japan Bypass Tariff Roadblock
Wesley and Joesley Batista, owners of JBS S.A., were formally charged this week for currency and stock trades they made in advance of a plea deal on May 17.
See all of the report data, coverage and analysis of USDA's Oct. 10 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) and Crop Production reports.
San Francisco has become the first U.S. city to require grocers with 25 stores or more to report annually the use of antibiotics in the raw meat and poultry they sell.
U.S. president pressing for changes opposed by some businesses.
Climate change is expected to reduce the growth and stature of big bluestem, a dominant prairie grass, by up to 60% over the next 75 years.
Buying grain to feed livestock can be expensive, but there are ways to protect your risk and reduce market volatility.
Hurricane Irma cost Florida’s cattle ranchers $238 million. That’s based on preliminary data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS)
Grass-fed beef is not as environmentally-friendly as some proponents claim. That’s the conclusion of a new study from U.K.-based Food Climate Research Network (FCRN).
A new logo, digital hub and stories about the people behind beef production will introduce the 25-year-old “Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner.” campaign to a new generation of consumers.
Early voting on Oklahoma’s secondary beef checkoff program began Monday, and with it an aggressive campaign to undermine the program and influence voters by planting seeds of doubt.
The U.S. Department of Treasury issued a report late Wednesday to comply with Executive Order 13789 from President Donald Trump, detailing eight tax regulation changes.
Average feedyard margins declined $18 per head last week, settling at $26. With average margins that close to breakeven, many cattle sold last week undoubtedly lost money.
Early voting for a secondary beef checkoff in Oklahoma started on Oct. 2, but the Organization for Competitive Markets wants the vote to be halted.
Livestock producers in the Texas Panhandle were put on notice after several reports of fumonisin contamination in recently harvested grain.
Female prices at auction continued trending lower during September, except bred heifers, which posted gains of nearly $200 per head.
Labeling and marketing tatics of cotton-candy flavored grapes are dishonest at best.
Harvey may not have dealt devastating blow to Texas ranchers
while vegetables, fruits and livestock account for the lion’s share of organic production, organic field crops have gained in acreage and value, according to a new USDA report.
A recent report indicates that cow herd expansion will continue, but there should be no need for additional beef packing capacity.
BPI has set up a $10 million fund for former employees.
Following two days of falling cattle futures prices, Joe Vaclavik, president of Standard Grain, is calling the market moves a knee-jerk reaction to the latest Cattle on Feed report from the USDA.
Feedyard profit margins rebounded slightly after last week’s $2 rally in the cash fed cattle market.