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10:39AM Jun 12, 2020

Cows Being Used to Produce COVID Vaccine

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor

A biotechnology company in South Dakota is using cows to produce human antibodies to fight SARS-CoV-2.

11:42AM Jun 09, 2020

Livestock Groups Oppose Great American Outdoors Act

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

As the Senate nears a vote on the Great American Outdoors Act, NCBA and 48 other livestock and natural resource groups oppose the bill because it creates more than $14

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16:15PM Apr 27, 2020

We Need More Small Plants

Kate Miller
AgWeb Contributor

“We need more small plants!”—-The tiny violin solo of the beef industry. To start: there are 853ish USDA beef kill plants in the US, the big four run 27 of

10:45AM Apr 27, 2020

Derrell Peel: Be Careful What You Ask For

The anger and frustration of some cattlemen has turned to accusations and proposals for change that will have long-term implications and unintended consequences for the cattle and beef industry.

13:26PM Apr 20, 2020

23 State Cattle Groups Call for DOJ Investigation

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AgWeb Contributor

The organizations request a formal investigation by the Department of Justice to identify and investigate any evidence of fraudulent business practices within the beef meatpacking industry.

13:22PM Apr 16, 2020

Profit Tracker: Eroding Feedlot Margins

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

Cattle feeding losses increased the week ending April 11, as cash prices fell $6 per cwt. on soft packer demand for market-ready cattle.

09:42AM Apr 12, 2020

COVID-19: JBS Closes Greeley Beef Plant For Cleaning

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

JBS USA says its Greeley, Colo., beef plant will be closed through Tuesday for "deep cleaning" in an attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19 among its thousands of employees