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Drovers, as you might know, has been around in one form or another since 1873. Over the years, we have evolved along with the industry and the changing information needs of beef producers, leading to today’s Drovers/CattleNetwork, offering an array of print and online content. FULL STORY »

Trade trends

The story of 2013 is one of record-high prices — and looking forward to continued record-high prices — with slightly decreased imports and exports. FULL STORY »

The dairy connection

Crossbred calves o¬ver new opportunities for beef and dairy producers. FULL STORY »

Consumer Trends: Argentina’s beef

It seems that a beef-loving nation might be falling out of love. In Argentina, where beef consumption numbers are a national point of pride, beef may find itself overtaken as a favorite food by pizza, the New York Times reported in June. FULL STORY »

Times of change, here and in Cattle Country

Is it time for the U.S. beef herd to shift into expansion mode? Market forces and Mother Nature have driven an extended period of contraction in our beef herds, with numbers now at the lowest since the 1950s. FULL STORY »

The long-term impacts of nutrition

Meeting nutritional needs of cows and heifers — or failing to — may affect herd performance far into the future. FULL STORY »

I'm a Drover: Building beef's future

Dale Woerner, PhD, sees his academic career as an opportunity to make a difference and influence the future. A meat scientist, Woerner currently serves on the animal science faculty at Colorado State University (CSU). FULL STORY »

Innovating to cut feed costs

It is said necessity is the mother of all invention. For many cattle producers, drought and high feed prices are driving new feeding strategies, causing cow owners to look at different methods and, in some cases, revisit old ways of providing sustaining nutrients in a less expensive package. FULL STORY »

Can the cattle cycle return?

Market signals suggest expansion, but challenges remain. FULL STORY »

You're never too young for beef

Marketing campaigns target young consumers, growing families. FULL STORY »

Consumer Trends: Taking it to the Internet

Just 10 large commercial ag companies control the majority of what Americans eat, according to the website of a company called AgLocal. FULL STORY »

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