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Commentary: Nature knows best

The most common argument dairy industry critics like to roll out is that there are ‘plenty of alternatives to milk.’ Turns out, one of the most popular ‘plant milks’ isn’t as great as advertised. FULL STORY »

Stockpiled bermudagrass can reduce winter feed costs

Harvested forage costs are a large part of the production costs associated with cow-calf enterprises. An Oklahoma State University trial had the objective to economically evaluate stockpiled bermudagrass. FULL STORY »

Corn and bean prices likely to drop

University of Missouri Extension agricultural economist David Reinbott told the 2014 Summer AgMarketing Outlook Conference that prices are likely to remain low, with projected record global corn crops. Ending stocks of corn are projected to be 190 million metric tons worldwide. FULL STORY »

Yum, McDonald's apologize as new China food scandal brews

McDonald's Corp and Yum Brands Inc are facing a new food safety scare in China, denting the fast food giants' efforts to shore up reputations and businesses that were hurt by a 2012 safety scandal in one of their biggest markets. FULL STORY »

High heat and humidity caution

Across much of the central and southwestern United States, the USDA/NOAA forecast for Heat Stress in cattle is at the Danger level for today Monday, July 21, and at the Emergency level for tomorrow, Tuesday, July 22. FULL STORY »

Our Responsible Beef: From the ground up

Around 2001, several members of the Beef Marketing Group (BMG), a vertically aligned marketing arrangement between 19 feed yards in Kansas and Nebraska, were among those discussing the creation of the ethanol plant in Rice County, Kansas. FULL STORY »

Drought costs California's ag industry $2.2 billion

The historic drought in California is proving costly, draining $2.2 billion from the state’s farm economy and putting some 17,000 agricultural workers out of a job. FULL STORY »

Even in isolated, pristine Tasmania, pressure for GMO farming

Thousands of Black Angus bulls snort steam gently into the frigid early morning air at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot as they jostle for space at a long grain trough. FULL STORY »

Hot cattle market brings tough decisions

Recently, the cattle markets have been as hot as the mid-July temperatures. While the high prices generate lots of questions, the main ones being asked now are: 1) should I sell my calves at weaning, and 2) what is the most economical alternative for replacement females? FULL STORY »

Purdue agronomist: “Cautiously optimistic” about corn crop

Indiana's corn is showing potential to produce a bumper crop for the second consecutive year, but much of it could "suffer quickly" if growing conditions turn unfavorable, Purdue Extension corn specialist Bob Nielsen says. FULL STORY »

Know when to hold ‘em

From the June-July issue: This year’s hot calf and feeder market offers ranchers multiple marketing opportunities. FULL STORY »

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