Mary Soukup

USDA lowers feed, residual grain use projections

Feed and residual use for the four feed grains plus wheat is forecast lower this month according to latest Feed Outlook report from USDA. FULL STORY »

Colorado youth makes an early commitment to cattle research

One eighth grade student from Colorado, whose long-term goal is to be a large animal veterinarian, is setting herself up to achieve her career goals with research today. In fact, for the past four years, she has competed in science fairs with projects related to cattle. FULL STORY »

Trade agreement with EU, what’s in it for you?

Trade between the United States and the European Union is not a new concept – not by any means. Yet, U.S. and EU negotiators are devoting a great deal of time and effort on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP). FULL STORY »

Bill would keep farmers' private information private

A bipartisan group of lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives is determined to make sure the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) does not disclose private information of U.S. farmers and ranchers as it did in early 2013. FULL STORY »

Beef packer margins turn positive

After nearing $285 per head, cattle feeding margins dropped the $233.83 per head last week, according to the Sterling Beef Profit Tracker. FULL STORY »

Gender-sorted semen and the commercial herd

The current spring calving season is still in full swing but it’s never too early to make plans for next year’s calf crop – from deciding when to turn out bulls to selecting semen to use for artificial insemination service and more. FULL STORY »

Effects of post-AI nutrition management on pregnancy results

Maintaining high levels of nutrition plays an important role in a cow’s reproductive performance, but recent research from two separate studies indicates that nutritional management immediately following artificial insemination have an impact on heifer reproductive efficiency. FULL STORY »

White House releases 2014 trade agenda

With multiple trade negotiations pending and three months gone in the year, President Obama released the administration’s ambitious 2014 trade agenda this week. FULL STORY »

What a difference a year makes for feeder margins

In 365 days, cattle feeder margins have taken a nearly $337 per head positive swing. FULL STORY »

President unveils 2015 budget proposal

President Obama unveiled Tuesday morning his budget proposal for the federal government for fiscal year 2015. FULL STORY »

In China, pork is still king, but beef is rising

While pork consumption in China is nearly 10 times higher than beef consumption, beef demand is growing. According to a recent report out of USDA Foreign Agriculture Service staff in Beijing, more Chinese consumers are switching to beef to meet their protein in response to food safety concerns following the H7N9 poultry outbreak. FULL STORY »

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