Beef exports down 22 percent from last week

Net sales of 12,200 MT for 2014 were down 22 percent from the previous week and 3 percent from the prior 4-week average. FULL STORY »

Cattle industry reps hear latest research on expanding cowherd Play video

Record cattle prices resulting from all-time low cow numbers in the U.S. is signaling expansion among ranchers across the country, according to experts. FULL STORY »

AABP Foundation, Zoetis fund scholarships for veterinary students

Fifteen veterinary students from across the nation have received the AABP Foundation – Zoetis Veterinary Student Scholarships to support their careers in large-animal veterinarian medicine. FULL STORY »

Stockpiling pastures still an option for emergency grazing

Most producers have harvested a good quantity of hay this summer, but the forage quality is low in many cases, said John Jennings, professor-forage for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. FULL STORY »

New cattle fence and gates to be unveiled at Beef and Forage Day

North Florida ranchers are being prodded to attend this year’s annual Beef and Forage Day at the University of Florida’s North Florida Research and Education Center in Marianna on Friday, Oct. 3. FULL STORY »

Calf Value Discovery Program gives feedback to cattle producers

Weaning is fast approaching and cattle prices are good. With the current prices, many producers may want to sell calves at weaning, which is understandable especially if there are financial obligations. FULL STORY »

Zoetis offers test to quickly screen for Johne's Disease

Zoetis now offers a test to quickly and accurately screen for the detection of antibodies to Johne’s Disease in cattle, the company announced today. FULL STORY »

Equity losses and U.S. dollar strength are depressing commodities

Financial markets may be depressing the commodity markets. The weekly Export Sales report seemed supportive of corn prices, but apparently did little in the face of broad commodity selling this morning. FULL STORY »

Oklahoma continues to see drug-related cattle thefts

Oklahoma cattle producers have lost millions of dollars in stolen cattle as meth addicts continue to steal the animals to make quick money, an industry official said on Wednesday. FULL STORY »

White House's Global Alliance for Climate Smart Agriculture

From record droughts in Kansas to deadly wildfires in California, the United States is feeling the effects of climate change. FULL STORY »

Women are becoming more prominent in agriculture

Women have been becoming more commonplace in agriculture, but the 2012 Census of Agriculture reports that women were the principal operators of only 14% of the more than two million U.S. farms that same year. FULL STORY »

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