Brett Wessler

Bitter cold adds costs to cattle operation

The extra steps producers follow to care for their cattle in frigid temperatures mean more than extra work, it also adds up in their operations budget. FULL STORY »

University lecture considers U.S. role in global ag production

Current and former USDA officials will tackle the changing landscape of global agricultural production in an upcoming discussion contemplating the future of U.S. leadership in agriculture. FULL STORY »

High school teacher loses weight eating only at McDonald’s

Proving a point to his students, an Iowa high school teacher shows you can lose weight with beef, eating only McDonald’s menu items for three months. FULL STORY »

Monday Market Sentiment: Cash trade starts 2014 with record highs

Cash trade in the first week of the New Year jumped to $137 per hundredweight, setting a new record and pulling futures prices higher along the way. FULL STORY »

Farmers care for livestock with temps well below zero

Temperatures reaching the double digits below zero have livestock producers across the country taking extra steps to prevent the weather from having a detrimental effect on their animals. FULL STORY »

Herd rebuilding becoming a reality for cattle producers

More difficult times are in the rearview mirror and cattle producers across the country are seeing a shift in market conditions, creating an opportunity for profitability in the cattle industry. FULL STORY »

Donations to SD rancher relief fund pass $3 million mark

The fund established to assist cattle producers in western South Dakota, who lost tens of thousands of livestock, continues to grow. FULL STORY »

Kansas farmer releases ag parody of Miley’s "Party in the USA" Play video

Even with the biggest party night of the year approaching, there’s work to be done on the farm, but Kansas farmer Derek Klingenberg and his cows enjoy the work as seen in a new ag parody. FULL STORY »

Kansas City Library restoring a century of stockyard documents

Papers documenting Kansas City’s historic role in agribusiness have been rescued by the Kansas City Library, who plans to restore the collection of over five thousand pages. FULL STORY »

General public still confused about ‘pink slime’

Consumers are more concerned with staying within budget than avoiding pesticides, added hormones and antibiotics, but a monthly survey shows they continue to be misinformed about the issues. FULL STORY »

Rabobank: Demand in Asian markets keeps beef charging ahead

The global cattle market continued to improve in the fourth quarter of 2013 and consistent export support from Asian markets promises persistent strength for producers with tight supplies. FULL STORY »

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