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'Fat Chicken' game allows players to raise, slaughter livestock Play video

In the reverse tower defense style game, "Fat Chicken," players can fatten up livestock, slaughter them and earn money. FULL STORY »

Expand your market with stockmanship

Classified ad, online sale, private treaty bid-off, live auction, and the list can go on and on. There are numerous ways to market your cattle, but have you thought about how to market yourself? FULL STORY »

Which worms are there?

From the October issue of Drovers/CattleNetwork: Identification of internal parasites can lead to more-targeted control programs while protecting drug efficacy. FULL STORY »

Almost two dozen cattle killed in crash

Late Monday morning, a tractor-trailer carrying cattle crashed near Victor, Idaho. FULL STORY »

Ag markets moved mostly higher Tuesday morning

Corn futures are rallying Tuesday morning. Monday’s weekly USDA Crop Progress report stated the corn harvest as being just 31% complete, which apparently sparked a corn futures bounce from their overnight decline. FULL STORY »

El Niño development stalled out, but wet winter still predicted

Though this year’s El Niño is now predicted to be a weak one, it still spells more a chance of a wet, cool winter for most of Texas. FULL STORY »

Angus VNR: Beef producer, beef server Play video

Mike Molitor, Zenda, Kan., gets a full-circle look at the beef business, as an award-winning seedstock producer and a small-town restaurant owner. He tells how he got his start in the latter and what he’s learned. FULL STORY »

Commentary: What’s in a label?

The marketing mavens at the supermarket chain Giant apparently believed that less is more when it comes to providing quality grades on its fresh beef products. Too bad USDA disagreed. FULL STORY »

Show Mom Diaries: Running and falling and running again

The life lessons learned through running and through youth livestock shows overlap in amazing ways. Hopefully, my children can pick up a few of these lessons through their experience of watching their crazy momma on this crazy journey. FULL STORY »

Corn harvest slogs along to 31%

It’s been a slow start to the 2014 corn harvest, and current progress is still well-below the pace from 2013 and the five-year average. FULL STORY »

Margins decline for feedlots, packers

Last week was one of wild swings throughout the market, including profits for feedlots. After topping $227 per head the week of October 11, feedlot margins retreated last week, averaging $175.72 per head the week ending October 18, according to the Sterling Profit Tracker. FULL STORY »

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