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Kansas State University awarded patent for cattle pain management

Kansas State University was awarded a U.S. patent for technology that improves the health and welfare of beef cattle and other ruminant animals suffering from lameness and following castration, dehorning and other necessary management procedures. FULL STORY »

Missouri students raise cattle, sell beef

Missouri State University’s School of Agriculture now has student-raised beef for sale at local grocery stores in Springfield, Mo. FULL STORY »

Big potential in China for U.S. corn, livestock exports

Recent government policy changes in China have the potential to boost U.S. agriculture, particularly the corn and livestock sectors, according to Iowa State University economics and finance professor Dermot Hayes. FULL STORY »

Natural gas prices remain flat

Earlier this month, after receiving a siting approval from the U.S. Federal Regulatory Commission (FERC) and a conditional export approval from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), project sponsors of the Cameron liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in Louisiana moved a step closer to construction by reaching a final investment decision (FID). Currently, there are three projects, with a total capacity of 6.2 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d), that have received FERC approvals and some level of DOE approvals—Sabine Pass LNG in Louisiana, Freeport LNG in Texas, and Cameron LNG—with two of these projects (Sabine Pass and Cameron) having reached FID, while Freeport's FID is expected later this year. FULL STORY »

Children's livestock shows have become about competition, money

Kids’ livestock shows have become an expensive business, Lydia DePillis for The Washington Post said. FULL STORY »

Dairying in a warzone Image Gallery

Fighting continued on and off over the past 14 years in the Gaza region, and Israeli dairies often find themselves in the middle of the conflict. Kibbutzes - collective farms - have lined the Gaza border since 1948. FULL STORY »

Rising Black Sea tensions are supporting the crop markets

Rising Black Sea tensions are supporting the crop markets. Sources have proven that Russian forces are in eastern Ukraine. FULL STORY »

DOJ adds divestiture requirement Tyson’s Hillshire purchase

Tyson plans to acquire Hillshire Brands Company, but the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and three state attorneys general are saying “not so fast.” FULL STORY »

The case for low-stress livestock handling

Stockmanship is an under-appreciated and under-utilized component of operating sustainable livestock operations and just one essential component is low-stress livestock handling. We need to ask why. FULL STORY »

FairRent, now online, helps you find land rent values

Land rent negotiations are going to be very challenging this year. At current commodity prices it is going to be important for producers to know their costs and look at options to limit downside risk, explains Dale Nordquist of the University of Minnesota. FULL STORY »

Rising calf prices warrant attention to fetal protection

Fetal Protection Guarantee offers assurance against BVD PI calves and IBR abortions. FULL STORY »

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