Perilla mint toxic to cattle

Perilla mint [Perilla frutescens (L.) Britt.] is an annual plant in the mint family that is toxic to livestock. FULL STORY »

Assessing BVD risk

Last week in Kansas City, researchers, veterinarians and industry stakeholders are discussing the latest thinking on bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV), its pathology, economic impacts and control strategies. FULL STORY »

Bull shot by police officers after charging two Utah women

A bull charged and knocked over two women in Cedar City, Utah, after it escaped from an an unknown location on Monday morning. FULL STORY »

The IGFC conference will focus on forages

The 2014 Iowa Forage and Grassland Council (IFGC) Conference will be held November 25 at the Des Moines Airport Holiday Inn. FULL STORY »

Ag markets diverged significantly Tuesday

Corn futures reacted well to the Export Inspections data. Talk of harvest delays and production losses appeared to boost the corn market again Tuesday. FULL STORY »

How many acres of corn are needed in 2015?

One of the functions of crop markets is to direct planting decisions of U.S. producers. That process begins with fall seeded crops, primarily winter wheat, and continues through the following spring. FULL STORY »

Ag markets proved decidedly mixed Tuesday morning

Crop futures are reacting to the Export Inspections data. Talk of harvest delays and production losses appears to be supporting the corn market at this point. FULL STORY »

California firm expands recall of beef products

Galant Food Company, a San Leandro, Calif. establishment, is recalling an additional 130 pounds of beef products because the meat filling used in the products did not meet its cooking critical limit, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. FULL STORY »

Cattle truck rolls in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania State Police reported that a truck carrying cattle rolled over in Lower Saucon Township around 10:28 p.m. on Monday. FULL STORY »

Oklahoma October rain = wheat pasture = stocker demand

The formula is pretty simple. Winter wheat planting in Oklahoma this fall is ahead of normal pace and the best in several years. All that is lacking in many cases is a rain to get the wheat up or connect surface moisture with subsoil moisture and keep the wheat growing. FULL STORY »

CFS to endorse responsible investments in agriculture

The Committee on World Food Security, the world's foremost inclusive intergovernmental and multi-stakeholder platform for food security and nutrition, today opened its 41st session (CFS 41). FULL STORY »

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