Commentary: Jolley: Has the king of meats forfeited its crown?

On October 23, the American Farm Bureau's Newsline ran a story that suggests a slight but significant change in American meat consumption is about to take place. FULL STORY »

Case Study: Close gaps in your vaccination program

Gaps in vaccination programs occur for many reasons, from forgetting to vaccinate a group, to using the right vaccine the wrong way, to overlooking the critical step of revaccination. FULL STORY »

Commentary: The Big Fat Surprise: Part IV

The most common argument used to attack the benefits of a diet that includes animal proteins is the notion that ‘the evidence shows vegetarianism is better.’ Here’s why that’s all wrong. FULL STORY »

Fall tillers not free forage

Cool-season perennial grasses produce vegetative tillers each growing season during mid-August to mid-October, says Lee Manske, North Dakota State University Dickinson Research Extension Center research professor. FULL STORY »

Corn prices expected higher, could pressure fed cattle bids Play video

Recent lower prices in corn could translate into fewer planted acres in 2015, potentially putting pressure on bids for beef cattle next year, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service economist. FULL STORY »

Most crop futures are starting Thursday on a strong note

The slow harvest and tight conditions continue supporting crop futures. Talk that the rail situation is creating tightness despite the slow harvest boosted the grain and soy markets again Wednesday night. FULL STORY »

Harvest delays increase odds of yield loss for corn growers

The wet fields that have delayed growers from harvesting also increases the risk for yield loss from wildlife damage and weak plant integrity due to unfavorable weather conditions. FULL STORY »

Learning how calves perform post weaning

Deciding how to market calves following weaning is based on several factors including current prices. The three general management options following weaning are: 1) sell at weaning, 2) background the calf or 3) retain ownership. FULL STORY »

Businesses urge Obama to fast-track Asian trade deal

U.S. businesses urged President Barack Obama on Wednesday to make a case for fast-track authority on trade agreements before his upcoming trip to Asia, which is seen as an opportunity to push a Pacific trade deal. FULL STORY »

Purdue experts to address changing ag market conditions

Agricultural economists from Purdue University will offer farmers and livestock producers some timely guidance on rapidly changing market conditions and a look ahead to the 2015 season in a free webinar set for 9 a.m. Friday (Oct. 31). FULL STORY »

New book delves into ‘Depolarizing Food and Agriculture’

Conventional versus organic? Local production or global food sourcing? For one reason or another, those involved in growing and raising our food are often at odds with one another. FULL STORY »

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