10:36AM Sep 30, 2020

Packer Antitrust Lawsuit Dismissed

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

The antitrust class-action lawsuit alleging America’s largest beef packers conspired to fix cattle prices has been dismissed by a federal judge in Minnesota.

14:14PM Sep 29, 2020

Carving Out a Niche During COVID-19, Texas Tech Department of Animal and Food Sciences Proves It’s a Cut Above the Rest

Raider Red Meats, a retail meat store at Texas Tech University, carved out a niche during the pandemic, proving Texas Tech University Department of Animal and Food Sciences is a

10:56AM Sep 29, 2020

What's In Latest Covid-Aid Proposal for Ag?

AgWeb Editors
AgWeb Contributor

House Agriculture Committee lists ag provisions of the Heroes2 Act.

16:21PM Sep 26, 2020

Federal Judge Removes Acting BLM Director

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

Acting Bureau of Land Management director William Perry Pendley was asked to step aside on Friday by a federal judge who ruled Pendley has served unlawfully for 424 days.

10:15AM Sep 25, 2020

Cattle Trade Higher Ahead of Record COF

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

Large volumes of cattle traded in all regions at $2 higher prices ahead of Friday's cattle on feed report which counted 4% more inventory than last September.

09:50AM Sep 25, 2020

Ag Groups Want To Remain In WTO

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

Sixty-two agricultural organizations are calling on U.S. trade officials and Congress to remain in the World Trade Organization (WTO).

09:23AM Sep 25, 2020

OSHA Fines Iowa Beef Plant $957

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

The Iowa Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued a citation to Iowa Premium Beef for a minor record-keeping violation related to COVID-19.