Editorial

Drones could benefit agriculture industry

Steve Morris began building unmanned aerial systems in the late 1990s with the thought that they would be useful to farmers. FULL STORY »

Commentary: The ultimate squelch on GMO labeling

Early polling in a couple of states suggests that ballot measures might be viewed more favorably by voters this fall. But the opposition approach ought to take a different approach. FULL STORY »

Monday Market Sentiment: Choice primal rib continues momentum

The 5-area cash trade remained constant from last week, dropping 1 cent from $161.05 in the previous week to $161.04 last week. FULL STORY »

FDA vetted seven percent of animal antibiotics for superbug risk

Scientists fear the widespread use of antibiotics on the farm may be a factor in the rise of "superbugs" – bacteria that grow resistant to drugs, infect humans and defy conventional medicines. FULL STORY »

Why is 45 day weaning important to feeder calf health?

Most of the “Value-Added” calf sales require that the calves are weaned at least 45 days prior to sale date. Some cow calf producers may wonder why the post-weaning period needs to be so lengthy. FULL STORY »

Schwieterman: Feeder cattle futures were narrowly mixed on Monday

Feeder cattle futures were narrowly mixed on Monday, with the front months modestly lower and 2015 contracts modestly higher. FULL STORY »

Corn in great shape as harvest takes off

Four percent of the nation’s corn has been harvested, on-par with 2013’s pace but already behind the five-year average. FULL STORY »

BQA: Pride, quality and security

“We believe beef quality assurance starts at the ranch,” Dr. Mike and Anne Wirtz say. “The cattle go through the feeding period at the feedlots under the same guidelines and on to the packers so consumers can be confident that their beef is safe, healthy and wholesome.” FULL STORY »

Consumers willing to dig deeper in wallets for beef

Consumers participating in the monthly Food Demand Survey conducted by Oklahoma State University’s Department of Agricultural Economics reported a willingness to pay more for beef compared to last month and last year. FULL STORY »

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 »

Feeder cattle prices push counter-seasonally higher

Cash prices for most classes of feeder cattle pushed higher last week in Oklahoma and other markets. Both calf and feeder prices advanced counter-seasonally with feeder prices reaching new record levels at several weights. FULL STORY »

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