Michigan man headed for trial in dead cattle case

Michigan prosecutors say that a Mt. Pleasant man who was accused of reporting his dead cows as stolen and improperly disposing of 71 head of cattle has also neglected up to 495 head of cattle. FULL STORY »

Health is the focus of New Mexico State's livestock center

New Mexico State University's Clayton Livestock Research Center is putting its focus on cattle health, especially vaccinations. FULL STORY »

Senators ask USDA to study rail delays' impact on state economies

South Dakota Senator John Thune's letter to USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack asks the Agriculture Department to determine how much rail service delays are costing agricultural shippers. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Oil crisis

What’s found in more than half of all the products on sale at the supermarket? Hint: It’s edible, it’s popular and it’s responsible for a significant share of the eco-problems plaguing the planet. FULL STORY »

North Dakota farmers can sign up for ag programs starting Monday

Farmers in North Dakota have two different agriculture programs that they can sign up for soon. FULL STORY »

Manure isn’t going anywhere, but maybe its odor can

There are two types of people: Those who crinkle their nose at the smell of cattle manure and those who acknowledge it slightly, simply stating, “Smells like money.” Two very different reactions spurred by three main compounds that make up two-thirds of manure odors, says USDA and ARS scientists. FULL STORY »

NCBA vows to fight USDA plan to create 2nd beef checkoff program

The largest contractor of the Beef Checkoff Program, the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), said today that U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack’s idea to reform the checkoff by creating another beef checkoff fund is dead on arrival with the grassroots organization. FULL STORY »

Beef Marketing Group: Working with like-minded partners

Today, Beef Marketing Group (BMG) markets some 600,000 head of cattle a year from 19 member yards in Kansas and Nebraska. FULL STORY »

Rain in New Mexico saves ranchers money on feed

Cattle ranchers in New Mexico are being helped by recent monsoon rains after more than three years of extreme drought, leaving pastures green. FULL STORY »

Beef Marketing Group: How to get paid for quality

When Beef Marketing Group (BMG) started their Progressive Beef program across its member feedyards 13 years ago, the focus was on improving food safety. FULL STORY »

Cattle raisers group to host meeting in Oklahoma

The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association will host a meeting in Bartlesville, Okla., on Oct. 14 at the Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve. FULL STORY »

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