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Heifer management helps rebuild cow herds to produce quality beef

Rebuilding the U.S. cow herd numbers takes more than keeping female offspring to breed. Managing beef heifers is as important as using improved genetics in developing replacements, says David Patterson, University of Missouri. FULL STORY »

FSA data gave the soy & grain markets an early boost

The FSA acreage data boosted crop futures overnight. The Farm Service Agency released its updated numbers concerning acreage enrolled in U.S. crop insurance programs Monday night. FULL STORY »

Steer & Heifer Estimated Grading Percent Report

NW_LS196 Des Moines, Iowa Mon Sep 15, 2014 USDA Market News USDA NATIONAL STEER & HEIFER ESTIMATED GRADING PERCENT REPORT For Week Ending: 9/5/2014 National, Regional, and State Breakdown of Official USDA Quality Grades. Percentages derived from each category FULL STORY »

NASDA members say 'withdraw' to EPA’s Waters of the U.S. Rule

At the annual meeting of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA), NASDA members unanimously called on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to withdraw the proposed Waters of the U.S. Rule. FULL STORY »

Balancing Rations: The economics of hay quality

The reason we put up hay is to feed livestock. When we feed animals we are not just feeding "feed." We are supplying nutrients needed for the animal to grow, renew body components, form products such as milk and wool, and furnish energy for all of the processes involved. FULL STORY »

Study focuses on bluetongue vector

The bluetongue virus (BTV) causes significant economic damage in cattle and sheep, but is much about the disease remains somewhat mysterious. Researchers in California recently published results of a study that could help clear up one question – that of how the virus overwinters in temperate regions. FULL STORY »

Arby's celebrates 50th with Mega Meat Stacks

With Taco Bell’s Power Cantina menu and many other fast food giants packing in extra protein, Arby’s was bound to catch on. With a celebrity voice like Ving Rhames to narrate their commercials, Arby’s is all-in on this pro-protein campaign. FULL STORY »

Cattle Outlook: Exports down in July, imports up

It should be no surprise given the record U.S. beef prices this year that U.S. beef exports were down 13.5% in July and imports were up 37.1%. FULL STORY »

Are you allergic to your ribeye?

Allergies can be life-threatening health issues, and now doctors are seeing a relatively new one: an allergy to meat. Patients have reported rashes, hives, even anaphylactic shock hours after eating a steak or hamburger. FULL STORY »

Calf Scours: Causes, prevention and treatment

Calf scours causes more financial losses to cow-calf producers than any other health problem in their herds. FULL STORY »

Power take-off devices can rip safety out of a farm

Donnie Summers of Lathrop, Missouri, distinctly remembers the day his father’s overalls got caught in a power take-off (PTO) of a silage cutter. The revolving device ripped his coveralls off and even pulled one sock out of his work boots. FULL STORY »

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