Editorial

Pork output forecasts to top beef for first time in 62 years

The U.S. government on Friday raised its pork production forecast for the calendar year ending September 2015 that shows pork surpassing beef for the first time since 1952 as hog farmers rapidly recover from a deadly pig virus. FULL STORY »

Corn, soybean production up slightly

Both corn and soybean production is up from September's forecast. FULL STORY »

Oregon residents convicted in animal cruelty case

Two Columbia County, Ore., residents have been convicted of 122 counts in the neglect of 170 head of cattle that were rescued two years ago. FULL STORY »

Bacon cheeseburgers costing just a bit more

Shoppers are paying slightly more for food at the grocery store compared to the first half of 2014. Higher retail prices for beef and pork products such as ground chuck and bacon, among other foods, resulted in a slight increase in the American Farm Bureau Federation’s latest Semi-Annual Marketbasket Survey. FULL STORY »

Washington ranchers urge for wolf relocation

Wolves have been killing livestock in northeastern Washington, so ranchers have posed a solution to the ongoing issue: move the wolves to western Washington. FULL STORY »

Cow deaths, mutilations investigation in Utah continues

Several head of cattle in Daggett County, Utah have been found dead and mutilated in nearby fields in the past two weeks, according to Daggett County Sheriff's spokesperson Susie Potter. FULL STORY »

Berman: Camouflaged activists threaten agriculture

Normally, this column space is reserved for the goings on of HSUS and other animal-liberation activists. But recently, they haven’t been having much success. FULL STORY »

Livestock genetics facility could come to Fresno County, Calif.

Within the next couple years, Fresno County, Calif., could be the new home of an animal genetic research facility sponsored by the United Nations. FULL STORY »

Clenbuterol continues to be an issue in central Mexico's beef

Clenbuterol, a growth enhancer used for cattle, has been banned in Mexico for fourteen years, but some Mexican cattle producers haven't been able to discontinue its use, especially near Mexico City. FULL STORY »

Colorado State faculty help fund Animal Sciences project

Colorado State University's College of Agricultural Sciences is getting a helping hand from two of its animal sciences professors. FULL STORY »

$1,770 hamburger hits London

An American-style diner named Honky Tonk in London has created the most expensive hamburger in the world. FULL STORY »

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