John Maday

Most consumers support FDA policy on GMO foods

While activist groups have incited fear over genetically modified food and feed ingredients, and pressed for government mandates for labeling such products, most consumers continue to support current FDA labeling policy, according to a new report from the International Food Information Council (IFIC). FULL STORY »

Oregon county forbids farmers from growing GMO crops

Voters in Jackson County, Oregon last week passed a ballot initiative mandating what crops farmers can or cannot grow on their land. The initiative, which passed by nearly a two-to-one margin, bans county farmers from growing any genetically engineered plants. FULL STORY »

Plan ahead or fall behind

As we’ve seen all too often, livestock-related emergencies can come in many forms. From blizzards, floods, fires or deep-freeze, to highway accidents and the specter of foreign animal disease outbreaks, cattle operations face an array of natural and man-made threats. FULL STORY »

MERS, possibly transmitted by animals, not yet an emergency

The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus, (MERS-CoV) has been confirmed in 571 people worldwide and arrived in the United States for the first time this month, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). FULL STORY »

FDA addresses concerns over proposed spent-grains rule

Brewers’ grains and distillers’ grains have become important, high-quality feed commodities in cattle operations, and cattle provide an excellent option for utilizing these byproducts, turning what otherwise could be waste into wholesome and nutritious food. FULL STORY »

Drovers/CattleNetwork Beef Systems Tour 2014 Image Gallery

Seeing the beef production system first-hand fosters understanding and advocacy, and the process begins within our own community. To facilitate that experience, Drovers/CattleNetwork periodically hosts Beef Systems Tours as a service to our advertisers. FULL STORY »

Montana elk get reprieve

Facing stiff opposition and lawsuits, Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks (MFWP) appears to be backing off on parts of its plan to reduce elk populations near Yellowstone Park. FULL STORY »

WHO reports on global antibiotic resistance

A new report from the World Health Organization (WHO) calls for better tracking of antibiotic use and resistance, along with other measures, to slow the emergence of antibiotic-resistant pathogens. FULL STORY »

Small acreage, big money

Most agricultural operations with 10 acres or less do not produce much or earn much income, but some do quite well, according to a recent report from USDA’s Economic Research Service (ERS) FULL STORY »

Preparing for GFI 213, VFD

Veterinarians and producers will be at the forefront as the livestock industry implements FDA’s Guidance for Industry 209 and 213, phasing out end of growth and performance uses of medically important antimicrobials, and the proposed rule requiring a veterinary feed directive (VFD) for most antimicrobials used in feed. FULL STORY »

Adopting (appropriate) technology

The early bird gets the worm, we often hear. And in agriculture, the early adopter often gets the returns. These days, the rapid emergence of new technology for agricultural production can intimidate producers and professionals alike. Many of these technologies though, also offer genuine improvements to production and the farmer or rancher’s bottom line. FULL STORY »

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