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11:33AM Oct 18, 2019

American Beef Is A Climate Change Solution, Rancher Says

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AgWeb Contributor
"American beef production and consumption is a climate change solution," South Dakota cattle producer Todd Wilkinson told a U.S. Senate subcommittee.
11:11AM Oct 18, 2019

Dan Murphy: A Study To Savor

Dan Murphy
AgWeb Contributor
Does a single study counterbalance the tsunami of ‘research’ suggesting that red meat has all the health benefits of radioactive waste products? No, but it’s a damn good start.
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11:03AM Oct 18, 2019

Take A Walk of Gratitude

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer
For five minutes each day, walk around your farm and clear your mind of everything stressing you out.
10:55AM Oct 18, 2019

Rural Bankers’ Economic Confidence Dips to Two-Year Low

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer
The near-term rural economy is improving slightly, according to the Rural Mainstreet Index (RMI).
10:42AM Oct 18, 2019

Gloves: Are You Protecting Your Herd?

Amber Yutzy
AgWeb Contributor
Wearing gloves is a simple management tool that could help prevent bacteria and help to reduce your somatic cell count.
09:59AM Oct 18, 2019

Cargill To Resume Cattle Receiving Next Week

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
Following an explosion Oct. 17, Cargill says it is sending live cattle to other facilities but expects its Dodge City cattle receiving operations to resume early next week.
09:32AM Oct 18, 2019

John Nalivka: Consumer Input Into Your Cattle

John Nalivka
Economic Advisor
Important to meeting global demand and U.S. consumer demand is the growing desire of consumers to have input in how livestock are raised.