Seeding guidelines increase winter pasture productivity

Seeding small grain cool-season annuals, like wheat or cereal rye, into perennial warm-season grass pasture, like bermudagrass, has been a common practice for many years. FULL STORY »

Keeping beef safe

We’ve seen significant progress in the fight against foodborne pathogens, but ongoing challenges demand continued attention. FULL STORY »

Grazing calves on cornstalks

Grazing cows on corn stalks is a long-standing, common practice to reduce feed costs. Grazing calves or yearlings on corn stalks is much less commonly done, but does represent an opportunity to produce inexpensive gains. FULL STORY »

Capital investments, income management for cow-calf enterprise

Cow-calf producers are looking at the potential for significant positive cash flow for 2014 due to record high calf prices along with reduced harvested feed costs and income from the Livestock Forage Disaster Program. FULL STORY »

Crunch time for beef demand

Beef demand has been a pleasant surprise so far this year. Wholesale and retail beef prices have increased fast enough to maintain decent margins for beef packers and allow feedlots profitability for the first three quarters of the year. FULL STORY »

Corn harvest pace picks up, but…

…the current progress is still well behind average. FULL STORY »

EPA gives Mesa Community College agriculture grant

The Environmental Protection Agency has given Mesa Community College, Mesa, Ariz., a grant for just over $80,000. FULL STORY »

Texas agriculture leader to step down

On Thursday, Todd Staples, Texas Agriculture Commissioner, said he will be leaving the position early to become the Texas Oil and Gas Association's president. FULL STORY »

National Research Council to conduct study on GM crops

The National Research Council is conducting a study to see the advantages and disadvantages of genetically modified crops. FULL STORY »

Show Mom Diaries: Show moms in Scotland – they’re just like us

My husband, Craig, and I just returned from a trip to Scotland. Yes, Scotland. I can still hardly believe it’s true. FULL STORY »

Montana receives $150,000 grant for livestock loss program

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has given Montana a $150,000 grant to pay for livestock lost to wolves and to help support projects that reduce conflict with wolves and other predators that can damage producers' herds. FULL STORY »

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