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Fall farming programs are sweeping Missouri

Persons interested in learning more about the Missouri Show-Me-Select Beef Heifer Development Program are invited to an informational meeting at 7 p.m. on Sept. 15 at the University of Missouri Extension Center inside the county courthouse in Mt. Vernon. FULL STORY »

Feeder Cattle Review: Can fat cattle market maintain beef demand? Play video

Compared to last week, coming back after last week’s Holiday with many auctions taking last Monday off, this week’s comparable sales had yearlings trading mostly 3.00-8.00 higher with calves steady to 5.00 higher. FULL STORY »

Feedlot management: The key to finding and keeping good help

Sense of ownership, community and respect are key elements for feedlot employee retention, says Conquering the Labor, Hiring and Retention Battle panel speakers at the 2014 Feeding Quality Forum in Kearney, Neb. FULL STORY »

Cattle Outlook: Exports down in July, imports up

It should be no surprise given the record U.S. beef prices this year that U.S. beef exports were down 13.5% in July and imports were up 37.1%. FULL STORY »

Red meat and exercise increases muscle longevity

Eating lean red meat three to four times a week along with regular exercise could be the key to keeping both the body and mind at their peak as people age, a study from Deakin University in Australia found. FULL STORY »

Rebuilding the Beef Herd program to help cattle producers

FRANKLIN – Brazos Valley cattle producers considering rebuilding cowherds will have a unique opportunity to hear a comprehensive economic analysis as well tips on developing a sound restocking plan Sept. 25 at Camp Cooley Ranch, according to organizers. FULL STORY »

Ag credit conditions remain strong despite lower farm income

Credit conditions remained strong in the second quarter of 2014, according to agricultural bankers in the Tenth District of the Federal Reserve, but lower farm income as a result of lower crop prices could put pressure on credit quality going forward. FULL STORY »

Farm safety should be a main concern

WASHINGTON — In honor of the United Nations’ 2014 International Year of Family Farming, this month National Farmers Union (NFU) is highlighting the importance of being proactive in the area of farm safety. FULL STORY »

Cattle at the crossroads

Cows are the "factory" where beef production begins. Over the years, a combination of poor returns, weather problems in key areas, and strong cull cow prices to satisfy the demand for processing beef encouraged the industry to "tear down" much of its production capacity. FULL STORY »

Texan chosen as Golden Spur Award recipient

James E. Herring of Amarillo, Texas, has been chosen for live livestock industry’s Golden Spur Award. FULL STORY »

Texas rancher pleads guilty in cattle scamming case

A rancher manager from West Texas has pleaded guilty to scamming at least 120 cattle from Henry Resources, an oil company. FULL STORY »

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