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LATEST NEWS FROM Beef nutrition

14:12PM Jul 30, 2019

Fake Meats Don’t Fit Chipotle’s Principles

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
Chipotle’s commitment to simple food created from just 51 ingredients will not feature alternative proteins the company considers too processed for its customers.
07:18AM Jul 26, 2019

Livestock Producers: Storing Wet and Modified Distillers Grains

Warren Rusche
AgWeb Contributor
In the coming months feed cost and availability will be a challenge. One opportunity livestock producers can use to get ahead is to store wet or modified distiller’s grains now
14:46PM Jul 09, 2019

Beyond Meat ‘Tastes Like Overpriced Falafel'

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
The speed fake meat products capture market share from the real stuff is dependent on money from investors. So what advice does an investment pro offer?
12:00PM Jun 21, 2019

Is Silage Corn a Cover Crop?

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
Is silage corn considered a cover crop? The short answer: it depends.
14:45PM Jun 12, 2019

Slow Spring Shaves Hay Yield, Quality Issues

The Livestock Marketing Information Center (LMIC) lowered hay yields across the board this week and edged prices up as this spring continues to have devastating impact on fields and fieldwork.
08:45AM Jun 12, 2019

Congress Introduces Bill to Address Feed Shortages After Disasters

Wyatt Bechtel
Associate Editor
The Feed Emergency Enhancement During Disasters Act (FEEDD Act) would allow producers who are utilizing prevent plant to at least graze, hay or chop a cover crop to feed livestock.
07:40AM Jun 10, 2019

Dealing with Moldy Hay

Glenn Selk
Oklahoma State University Extension beef specialist
All hay contains some mold, but when mold becomes noticeable the decisions become important.