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Grazing conference to help producers learn to improve land

The 23rd GrassWorks Grazing Conference is a key event for producers of all kinds of livestock who have a desire to learn how to improve their land, increase forage production, and graze as many months as possible during the year. FULL STORY »

Ag markets proved generally mixed Friday morning

Traders are citing harvest pressure on corn and soybeans. Corn futures acted surprisingly well Thursday night, but have followed soybeans lower this morning. FULL STORY »

University of Wisconsin Extension to host pest management series

Have you struggled to manage your pests in agronomic crops this year? If so consider attending a Pest Management Update Series hosted by University of Wisconsin-Extension. FULL STORY »

Become BQA certified for free through October 31

Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc. will pick up the $25-$50 certification fee for beef or dairy producers who are interested in becoming certified or recertified during this period. Visit BIVI-BQA.com to take advantage of the open certification period. FULL STORY »

Steadfast demand, sales growth for CAB

Angus cattle have never been worth more money than they are now. Working with a tighter supply, CAB’s market share has rapidly expanded, comprising nearly 15% of all fed cattle harvested through licensed packers that harvest 85% of the total supply. Performance does not waiver in the face of record prices FULL STORY »

Natural gas spot prices fall

Spot prices fell over the report week at most market locations, with northeastern pricing points reaching record lows in Friday trading before reversing losses at the end of the report week (Wednesday-to-Wednesday). FULL STORY »

Rebounding equity index futures sparked grain & cotton advances

The crop markets are mixed in early Friday trading. Little pertinent ag industry news emerged Thursday night, although traders are almost surely looking forward to the belated release of the weekly USDA Export Sales report. FULL STORY »

BVD control: Segmented U.S.production system presents challenges

A systematic effort to control or even eradicate bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) in the United States will require far-reaching education and market-based incentives. That message was clear from a presentation from Auburn University veterinarian Dan Givens, DVM, PhD, when he discussed control strategies during this week’s international symposium on BVDV and related pestiviruses. FULL STORY »

Hall of Fame recognizes renowned beef and dairy veterinarians

Honoring their significant contributions to the beef and dairy cattle industry, David Bechtol, D.V.M., and Maarten Drost, D.V.M., were inducted into the Cattle Production Veterinarian Hall of Fame (CPVHOF). FULL STORY »

MSD Animal Health launches first transdermal NSAID for cattle

MSD Animal Health today introduced FINADYNE Transdermal (flunixin meglumine) Pour-on solution which delivers consistent efficacy proven to reduce pyrexia (fever) associated with bovine respiratory disease (BRD). FULL STORY »

Grass farmers to convene to share ideas on grazing livestock

Grasslands, the animals that graze them and soils that grow them are featured in the Missouri Forage and Grassland Council meeting, Nov. 3-4 at Lake Ozark, Missouri. FULL STORY »

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