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Next generations need quality, communication Play video

John Paterson, National Cattlemen's Beef Association, talks about what today's beef consumers want and why cattlemen should pay attention to that. FULL STORY »

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Feeder Cattle Review: Pressure seen on heavyweight feeders Play video

Compared to last week, feeder cattle and calves sold unevenly steady with the majority of sales ranging from 3.00 higher to 3.00 lower. Most pressure was seen on heavyweight feeders over 800 lbs and soft new-crop calves that are progressively making up a larger percentage of receipts. As a whole, offerings are currently less attractive than usual with receipts mostly made up of growing-lot yearlings and fall-born calves, both carrying considerable flesh. FULL STORY »

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Harmonizing trich standards Play video

During last week’s Trichomoniasis Forum, Jeff Baxter, senior product manager for ThermoFisher Scientific discusses the need to develop more uniform standards for sampling and diagnostics, and also to harmonize state regulations regarding trichomoniasis testing. FULL STORY »

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Dodge Ram rallies more support for FFA Play video

Dodge Ram’s “Year of the Farmer” may have formally ended, but the company is back with renewed support for the National FFA Organization in an upcoming fundraising honoring the “next crop” of farmers and ranchers. FULL STORY »

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The precautionary principle Play video

Mark Walton, PhD, chief marketing officer for Recombinetics, describes how gene-splicing technology can advance livestock genetics, and how the precautionary principle can stifle innovation in food production. FULL STORY »

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Feeder cattle review: Feeder cattle sold higher Play video

Compared to last week, feeder cattle sold 1.00-4.00 higher with thinner- fleshed stockers suitable for grass selling up to 8.00 higher near the major grazing regions. FULL STORY »

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Cattle sorting skills facilitate management Play video

Sorting cattle is one of the real arts of animal husbandry. Sorting can be done for many reasons and by many methods. FULL STORY »

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Phage 'cocktail' wipes out 99 percent of E. coli in meat, spinach Play video

Treating food products with select bacteriophages - viruses that target and kill bacteria - could significantly reduce concentrations of E. coli, a Purdue University study shows. FULL STORY »

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Tribute paid to deceased Kan. cattle family on U.S. Senate Floor Play video

Hero, family oriented, friend, selfless – all words used to describe the Mull family, killed on Feb. 3 in a tragic plane crash that shook the entire beef industry. FULL STORY »

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Linking the feedlot, ranch and seedstock supplier Play video

Warren Weibert, owner of Decatur County Feed Yard in Oberlin, Kan., describes how ranchers have used individual performance and carcass data, supplied by the feedyard, to refine their genetic selection. FULL STORY »

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Feeder cattle review: Cash prices cause "sticker shock" Play video

Compared to last week, feeder and stocker cattle sold unevenly steady to 3.00 higher. For the most part, feeder markets defied last Friday’s bearish cattle-on-feed report with even CME Feeder Cattle contracts opening the week with sizeable gains and continuing strong through the week. FULL STORY »

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