Editorial

Farmers’ issues in other parts of world different but similar

Our understanding of the issues facing US farmers is not limited to what we have learned during the course of our academic endeavors. FULL STORY »

More rustlers stealing cattle for meth money

Cattle rustling may be a crime straight out of a John Wayne Western, but in an ABC News report, modern rustling combines an old crime with a modern, “Breaking Bad” twist. FULL STORY »

Fed cattle inventories remain low, but growing

The United States Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (USDA, NASS) released their monthly Cattle on Feed report Friday afternoon (Mar 21). FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with antibiotics (and my pet pig)

For now, let’s focus on the use of antibiotics with all creatures, great and small. We will examine pigs as well as people, cows, goats, chickens and cats. FULL STORY »

Calving season brings renewed hope after October blizzard

The arrival of spring calving season across western South Dakota is renewing hope for ranchers still reeling from last October’s blizzard. FULL STORY »

Could America ever be a meat-free nation? Not likely

A meat-free America just isn’t going to happen, no matter how many vegetarians and vegans may push for it. FULL STORY »

Take a minute

As a general rule of thumb, I try not to “go all softie” in the articles I write. Whether it’s about the latest market information, a proposed policy in Washington, D.C., consumer trends or new science, I try to stick to the “meat and potatoes” rather than the mushy and gushy. FULL STORY »

U.S. beef export sales hits downhill slope, shipments follow

U.S. beef export sales continue to decline, dropping 18 percent from the 8 percent decrease in the previous week. The 13,300 metric tons shipment moves the 4-week average down 6 percent. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Chinese conundrum

The growth in meat and poultry exports to China is good for the U.S. industry — for now. But the question must be asked: Can the production needed to supply that tonnage expand indefinitely? FULL STORY »

Monitoring behavior, performance and health Play video

GrowSafe has become known for developing systems for measuring individual feed intake and feed efficiency in cattle. FULL STORY »

Atlas of Salmonella: mapping awareness of the foodborne illness

Estimated to cause more than 1.2 million illnesses each year in the United States, resulting in 23,000 hospital visits and 450 deaths, Salmonella is not to be taken lightly. FULL STORY »

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