Brett Wessler

Holiday shopping puts a squeeze on grocery budgets

Shoppers attempting to find a gift for everyone on their list are becoming stingier on their grocery spending during the last month of the year. FULL STORY »

Livestock diet affects production efficiency, climate impact

A study released earlier this week shows how an animal’s geographic location and diet changes its efficiency in producing byproducts and meat and the amount of greenhouse gasses it produces. FULL STORY »

Suburban developments use farms to attract residents

Suburban residents have opposed large-scale farms in their neighborhood before, but developers are finding they can attract residents to new neighborhoods by including a smaller operation for the community to rally around. FULL STORY »

Economist says increased beef production still 2 years away

Short beef supplies in the coming years will likely cut beef consumption and a solution is more than two years away according to a university beef economist. FULL STORY »

Australian producers paid to reduce cow burps

An adjustment to cattle nutrition in Australia will allow producers to cut methane emissions and acquire carbon credits through an initiative offered by the country. FULL STORY »

USDA updates its 2014 forecast with more beef

Expectations for U.S. beef production in 2014 are higher than the previous month according to the USDA’s last forecast of the year. FULL STORY »

Tyson imposes animal welfare requirements on beef producers

As consumers grow more concerned with animal welfare issues, Tyson says beef producers will have to follow on-farm requirements for animal treatment next year if they want to work with the major meat processor. FULL STORY »

Winter roundup: Nutritional needs for your cattle

Cattle feeding moves to the top of the chore list during the winter months to give animals the energy they need to withstand the cold. University of Missouri Extension Livestock Specialist Wendy Rapp says producers should consider the supplemental protein needs of cattle when temperatures move below freezing. FULL STORY »

Monday Market Sentiment: Beef’s run lower affects cash trade

Falling beef prices towards the end of last week pulled at cash cattle prices as trade moved lower to take away from some of the previous week’s gains. Trade was steady in Texas and Kansas, but showed considerable losses in Nebraska where cash cattle fell to $131 to $132 per cwt. FULL STORY »

Rancher Relief Fund tops $2 million

Heifer donations, auction sales, auto dealer fundraisers and other donations have added to a growing relief fund that has already passed $2 million to assist cattle producers recovering from the early October blizzard. FULL STORY »

In time of recession agriculture plays hero

The agricultural industry was a major driver in states across the country, contributing to America’s economic recovery, but certain sectors remain anxious for 2014. FULL STORY »

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