Editorial

Commentary: Poultry Processing—the home game

A consumer workshop offered by an organic gardening association turns the tables on the standard veggie entreaty: Instead of giving up chicken, learn how to kill them . . . humanely. FULL STORY »

Brilliance cannot be found in a soy burger

“Is it all naturally derived?” asks New York Mets catcher Anthony Recker during a taste-test of a new plant-based burger. Apparently the jock has a reputation for avoiding anything with preservatives and is cutting back on his red meat consumption. FULL STORY »

Feedlot margins top $280

Cattle feeding margins exploded the week before the Fourth of July holiday. Feedlot margins hit $280.08 to finish the week ending June 28. FULL STORY »

Corn crop the best in 11 years

Seventy-five percent of the nation’s corn crop is in good or better condition, marking the best corn conditions reported in the USDA’s Crop Progress report since 2003. FULL STORY »

Consumer’s decisions to purchase organic products driven by GMOs

Genetically modified organisms – the main reason parents are pushing their shopping carts into the organic section says the Organic Trade Association’s (OTA’s) U.S. Families’ Organic Attitudes and Beliefs 2014 Tracking Study. FULL STORY »

Sjostrom: The sad state of science – part 3

Last Thursday, President Obama visited my state’s metropolitan area and noted that unemployment would be much lower if we still had all the teachers, Extension agents, and researchers on payrolls by local, state and federal government that we had years ago. FULL STORY »

Drought turns Calif. farmland into Dust Bowl

More rain over the last week helped to ease drought on the Plains while in California conditions are turning into the Dust Bowl. FULL STORY »

Commentary: To recall or not to recall

That is the question, and when a food-safety outbreak occurs, it’s one that’s been debated for years. Now, two House Members want to cement mandatory recall authority into the statutes. FULL STORY »

From the BIF conference: Funston on heifer development Play video

Part 1: University of Nebraska animal scientist Rick Funston, PhD, discusses systems for developing beef heifers with low inputs and lower costs while maintaining long-term fertility. FULL STORY »

Insects: They’re what’s (not) for dinner

Americans love meat, but as pork, beef and poultry prices soar to record highs, will insects ever be a viable protein option for our squeamish consumers? FULL STORY »

New coalition puts the heat on Congress to fix COOL

The battle over the United States’ mandatory country-of-origin-labeling (COOL) law is heating up again as a new coalition of U.S. industry groups are pressuring Congress to take action ahead of an anticipated World Trade Organization decision whether or not the COOL law is compliant with trade obligations. FULL STORY »

Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next

VX Series Single Auger Vertical Mixer

The new VX Series Single Auger Vertical Mixers by Roto-Mix, offers the small to medium sized dairies, cow/calf and heifer ... Read More

View all Products in this segment

View All Buyers Guides

Feedback Form
Leads to Insight