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Commentary: What’s in a label?

The marketing mavens at the supermarket chain Giant apparently believed that less is more when it comes to providing quality grades on its fresh beef products. Too bad USDA disagreed. FULL STORY »

Keeping Food Safe: Prevention better than response

Each year in the United States, about 42,000 cases of salmonella infection are reported. Because many cases are not diagnosed or reported, the actual number of infections is estimated to be close to 1 million. FULL STORY »

New initiative aims to provide year-round grazing system

During the spring and summer months, cattle graze on a sea of open pastures across the prairie, then in the fall fields begin to go dormant and ranchers typically substitute hay in place of grazing. This can be a pricey endeavor, but this has been the tried-and-true process used for decades. FULL STORY »

BVD: Exploring eradication

During the recent symposium on Bovine Viral Diarrhea (BVD), researchers and veterinarians addressed the question of whether we could eradicate BVD in North America. FULL STORY »

Colostrum – baby’s first defense

“Whether you’re in a fall or spring calving herd, making sure newborn calves receive colostrum is absolutely essential,” says University of Nebraska-Lincoln Professor and Extension Beef Specialist Rick Rasby. FULL STORY »

Giving back

Doug Schroeder had always been around livestock. Herd growth was steady over time near Clarence, Iowa, in “a county with one stoplight,” but expansion has reached a practical limit, even with the next generation joining in. FULL STORY »

Nasty surprises might be lurking in temporary pastures

Using row crop land for cool season grazing is one of the great opportunities for North Florida livestock operations. FULL STORY »

Feeder Cattle Review: Yearling feeder prices uneven Play video

Compared to last week, yearling feeders along with steer and heifer calf prices were very uneven and posted wide trend swings just within the single week’s trading session. FULL STORY »

Margins decline for feedlots, packers

Last week was one of wild swings throughout the market, including profits for feedlots. After topping $227 per head the week of October 11, feedlot margins retreated last week, averaging $175.72 per head the week ending October 18, according to the Sterling Profit Tracker. FULL STORY »

Fall Cattle Markets: Marketing Considerations

Cow-calf producers will sell weaned calves this fall for record revenues by a large margin (revenues are up $500-$550 per head over last year) and will, in the majority of situations, receive record profits, at least on a per head basis. FULL STORY »

Crude oil exports continue to rise

The United States exported 401,000 barrels per day (bbl/d) of crude oil in July 2014, the highest level of exports in 57 years and the second highest monthly export volume since 1920, when EIA’s published data starts. FULL STORY »

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