Bringing home the bacon – I’m a cancer survivor with meat on the menu

This week, the World Health Organisation (WHO) classified processed meat as being carcinogenic to humans and red meat as a probable carcinogen. Bacon has become the darling of the foodie world over the past couple of years, with bacon-flavoured popcornmilkshakes and lollipops on the market, so does this new labelling mean that a package of bacon will be slapped with a warning sticker, and every hotdog will come with a side of medical advice?

Super winter stockpiling

While many of his fellow Floridians are feeding hay four months each year, Jaime “Jim” Elizondo uses managed grazing to completely forgo hay and to build the soil for higher stocking rates.

K-State research simulates economic impact of FMD outbreak

Infectious and contagious diseases in livestock production can be devastating to those who are directly and indirectly involved in agriculture. In addition to the hardships associated with taking care of the diseases themselves, people also have to consider the potential economic impact.

Meat of the Matter: Carnivores not allowed

Can a landlord announce he will only rent to non-meat-eating tenants? Does a ‘Vegan-Only’ rental constitute discrimination? Apparently, ‘Yes,’ and ‘No.’

Weekly Beef Outlook: High prices cure high prices

The adage that the cure for high prices is "High Prices" is evident this year in beef markets. Finished cattle prices reached record highs around $170 in late 2014 and early spring of 2015.