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13:52PM Feb 11, 2019

The Living and the Dead: Black Vultures Expand, Farmers Pay Cost

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

Eyes to the sky in search of black vultures, producer concerns are mounting over calf losses. Black vulture expansion is drawing attention in the Midwest as livestock owners note increasing

09:58AM Feb 11, 2019

British Cows Get Own Tinder-Style App for Breeding

Bloomberg
Wire Service

Farmers swipe right on Tudder mobile app to find matches for cows.

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07:52AM Feb 11, 2019

The Living and the Dead: Black Vultures Expand, Farmers Pay Cost

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

Eyes to the sky in search of black vultures, producer concerns are mounting over calf losses. Black vulture expansion is drawing attention in the Midwest as livestock owners note increasing

05:01AM Feb 11, 2019

Growing Inventory, Poor Weather Could Impact Cattle Market

Wyatt Bechtel
Associate Editor

The climbing cattle inventory and poor feeding conditions this winter are having mixed results on the cattle market.

17:38PM Feb 10, 2019

Angus Bull Smashes World Record Price Selling for $1.51 Million

Wyatt Bechtel
Associate Editor

Schaff Angus Valley has set another world record price for a bull after selling SAV America 8018 for $1.51 million.

21:42PM Feb 08, 2019

Packers Dig In Their Heels, Feeder Cattle Uneven

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

Every cowboy from Ames to Amarillo was convinced the cattle market is headed higher, but packers held out on raising bids until late Friday.

15:42PM Feb 08, 2019

Is it Really the 'Year of the Vegan'?

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer

Consumer trends expect to see a surge in veganism but meat consumption continues to rise.