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Working for a cattle industry magazine has its perks. While traveling throughout the country to attend industry meetings and conferences and visiting with issue experts about the latest science driving advancements in cattle production are nice, those aren't the perks I’m talking about. FULL STORY »

Consumers less likely to spend money on beef products, deli ham

Oklahoma State University's October Food Demand Survey shows that while people are spending more in grocery stores on food, they are less willing to buy steak, hamburger, chicken breast and deli ham than one month ago. FULL STORY »

Cattle and pork fall on Chicago Mercantile Exchange

Wednesday morning, both beef and pork were trading lower on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. FULL STORY »

Feedlot, packer margins make gains

As prices for feeder calves and fed cattle pushed higher last week, margins in the packing and feeding sectors also improved compared to the previous week, according to the Sterling Profit Tracker. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Veggie burger vs. dog food

Which one is more ‘savory,’ which one offers ‘the most complete nutrition’ and which one has ‘the taste and flavor your loved one [pet or person’] will enjoy the most? You be the judge. FULL STORY »

Bull shot by police officers after charging two Utah women

A bull charged and knocked over two women in Cedar City, Utah, after it escaped from an an unknown location on Monday morning. FULL STORY »

Cattle truck rolls in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania State Police reported that a truck carrying cattle rolled over in Lower Saucon Township around 10:28 p.m. on Monday. FULL STORY »

Oklahoma October rain = wheat pasture = stocker demand

The formula is pretty simple. Winter wheat planting in Oklahoma this fall is ahead of normal pace and the best in several years. All that is lacking in many cases is a rain to get the wheat up or connect surface moisture with subsoil moisture and keep the wheat growing. FULL STORY »

Truth behind McDonald's burger patties unveiled by 'MythBuster' Play video

McDonald's chief executive officer Don Thompson hired former MythBusters television host Grant Imahara to answer consumer questions with a series of videos made by the fast food company. FULL STORY »

Monday Market Sentiment: 5-area cash cattle keep momentum

The 5-area cash cattle price kept its momentum from last week, jumping from $160.69 in the previous week to $163.93. FULL STORY »

Increase in trichomoniasis due to increased regulations in Kansas

Recently, the cattle industry has seen an increase in herds becoming infected with trichomoniasis, a sexually transmitted disease that results in infertility and embryonic loss in cows and heifers for which there is no treatment. FULL STORY »

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