During 2015, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) plans to release a series of reports detailing economic trends in veterinary medicine in the United States. The first of those reports, which focuses on veterinary markets, now is available.
Almost 19 years in the making, Maharashtra’s Assembly, the largest populated state in India, passed the Maharashtra Animal Preservation Bill, restricting cattle slaughter in the western region of the country. The Bill, which was first introduced in 1995, and recently became law after President Pranab Mukherjee gave his approval.
A group of U.S. beef value chain participants including producers, processors, retailers, foodservice operators, packers, allied industry and non-governmental organizations today announced the launch of the U.S. Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (USRSB).
They are the heart of the family and the backbone of their farm operation. They are farm moms, and they nourish, nurse and care for everything and everyone in their families, on their farms and in their communities. To once again recognize and thank these inspiring women, Monsanto Company today announced it has opened up nominations for its 2015 America's Farmers Mom of the Year contest. Nominations will be accepted now through March 31.
National Farmers Union (NFU) President Roger Johnson today saluted the organization’s commitment to grassroots leadership and true democracy in action as NFU members from across the nation prepare to convene at their national convention in Wichita, Kansas, to vote on the organization’s policy and vision for the future of agriculture.
Traders cited technical buying as boosting corn futures Tuesday. The grain markets proved surprisingly strong Tuesday, especially in the absence of supportive news. Wire service sourced cited technical factors and bargain hunting for the corn rise, which seemed doubly impressive in the face of today’s equity market losses. May corn futures closed up 3.0 cents at $3.91/bushel Tuesday, while December rose 3.25 to $4.165.