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11:38AM Nov 26, 2019

New book release benefits ranchers

Nicole Lane Erceg
AgWeb Contributor
Sheltering Generations — The American Barn, is a book that features stories of beef producers in more than 20 states, cataloging ranch life, rural community and the role of barns
10:42AM Nov 26, 2019

FDA Cracks Down on Unapproved CBD Products

Over the past few years, cannabidiol (CBD) has become wildly popular as a dietary supplement and “natural” treatment for a laundry list of health conditions in humans and animals.
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08:43AM Nov 26, 2019

New NCBA Webinar: Winter Supplementation for Your Herd

Katie James
AgWeb Contributor
Available to watch on demand, Drs. Wickersham, Bailey and Drewnoski cover the importance of supplementing your herd when lower quality feedstuffs make up a majority of the animals diet specific
13:25PM Nov 25, 2019

Meat’s Plate Share Grows

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer
U.S. livestock sector backed by domestic, global demand
11:49AM Nov 25, 2019

Pre-holiday Cattle Trade Brings Unprecedented Results

Brad Hulett
AgWeb Contributor
Cash cattle traded higher again and all four major packers participated in last week’s trade, including Tyson for the Finney County, Kan., plant.
11:02AM Nov 25, 2019

Derrell Peel: More, Heavier Cattle Placed In Feedlots In October

USDA's cattle on feed report counted 11.83 million head on feed, which is 101.2% of last year and up 4.8% from October as feedlot inventories increase to a seasonal peak.
10:12AM Nov 25, 2019

USDA Clarifies Export Sales Rules on Pork, Beef

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
The USDA published clarifications to the export sales reporting system after the FAS received informal inquiries whether exports of different types of beef and pork carcasses must be reported under