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Conventional wisdom tells us that the proper strategy to investing in a business or commodity is to "Buy low and sell high!" FULL STORY »

Cost-effective calf management can lead to added revenue

CORPUS CHRISTI – A new Farm Assistance study conducted by specialists with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service reveals cattle producers can add significant net cash farm income to their operations on top of already high cattle prices by implementing cost-effective calf management practices. FULL STORY »

Ergot: A potential poisoning problem for livestock

Weather conditions this spring and summer in the region appear to have been favorable for a certain kind of poisoning that can affect cattle on pasture. FULL STORY »

Food supplement to improve cattle digestive system in the works

During drought, having cattle that can tolerate poor nutritional forage is the difference between a cow and calf operation going under, or staying in business. FULL STORY »

Reducing the risk of calf scours in fall-calving herds

Fall calving in the Southern Plains has several advantages. One of the least-discussed advantages to fall-calving is the reduction of risk to an outbreak of scours. FULL STORY »

Iowa rancher is next star on 'The Bachelor'

Chris Soules earned an agronomy and agriculture major at Iowa State University. But ABC announced that his next career move will be serving as "The Bachelor" in the next edition of the hit reality series, begun in 2002. FULL STORY »

It’s only natural, but what does that mean?

What does “natural” mean when it appears on a food label? A recent survey shows consumers really don’t know. FULL STORY »

Animal Planet L!ve at Nebraska State Fair Birthing Pavilion

If you tune into Animal Planet this weekend, you will see a celebration of Labor Day in all its meanings. The main event is live animal births at the Nebraska State Fair’s birthing pavilion. FULL STORY »

Ag markets are generally mixed in early-Wednesday trading

Corn futures remain weak Wednesday morning. The U.S. corn crop is doing very well, with the recent heat wave likely helping plants in several areas. FULL STORY »

Female markets soar during August

Demand for bred females was strong during August, with prices in most categories improving over already-high July prices. Bred heifers across our markets averaged $1,800 per head, up from $1,690 in July and $1,380 in August 2013. FULL STORY »

Armyworms could be big issue for grain sorghum producers

Grain sorghum producers should be vigilant in scouting for armyworms in the coming weeks as the crop heads out, warn Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts. FULL STORY »

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