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A question of handler personality type

Have you ever wondered why cattle may work great for one individual and then completely blow up when a different individual works them? FULL STORY »

Beef favorability at historically high levels

According to the most recent Consumer Beef Index survey conducted by the Beef Checkoff Program, while consumers’ perception of beef remains at historically high levels, current high prices for beef could be the reason for slightly lower favorability compared to recent surveys. FULL STORY »

New groundwater laws sweep California

The drought in California has led to Gov. Jerry Brown signing legislation on Tuesday that could create limitations to how much water both commercial and residential users can get from underground aquifers. FULL STORY »

Livestock thefts increase as prices rise

As prices for livestock increase, farmers and ranchers in Iowa are seeing more of their animals going missing. FULL STORY »

Man arrested for buying cattle with fake checks

A man who has been using fake checks to purchase cattle in Texas and Oklahoma is now in custody. FULL STORY »

Vance Agribusiness names 2014 40 Under 40 honorees

Vance Publishing Corporation’s Agribusiness Group today reveals the honorees for its second annual 40 Under 40 Award program, which recognizes people making a significant contribution to America’s food system. FULL STORY »

As feedlot margins improve, packers fall closer to the red

For the third consecutive week, feedlot margins pushed higher, according to the latest data from the Sterling Profit Tracker. FULL STORY »

Water dowsers gain popularity in California amid drought

With more than 81% of California’s population in extreme drought conditions, according to the National Drought Mitigation Center, water dowsers, or water witches, are becoming more popular, including with California’s farmers and ranchers, Mary Catherine O’Connor for The Guardian reported. FULL STORY »

Updated: More than 30 cattle killed in semi accident

A semi-truck in Boise, Idaho, was hauling 120 cattle when it flipped just east of Boise. FULL STORY »

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 »

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