LAMONI, Iowa — Pasture ground is valuable resource. Farmers sometimes get a rude reminder of that fact.
Most calves are still weaned as autumn approaches, but several different strategies could work for many producers.
NEW MARKET, Iowa — Seth Watkins and his four-wheeler bounce across one of his Taylor County pastures. It’s a cloudy day in southwest Iowa, but the fields are bright green and lush after some much-needed rain.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — “What do consumers want?” and “What do we do about it?” are two questions livestock producers frequently ask.
A recent case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in Alabama is not expected to have a major impact on domestic or foreign beef demand.
The Securing our Agriculture and Food Act aimed at increasing the security of the U.S. food, agriculture and veterinary systems was signed into law June 30. The legislation is meant to address concerns brought to light after the 2015 avian influenza outbreak.
ELK POINT, S.D. — Bringing a landmark defamation case to a close, Beef Products Inc. has settled its $1.9 billion lawsuit against ABC News and correspondent Jim Avila over a series of reports that repeatedly referred to BPI's signature product as "pink slime."
Air flow is always important when it comes to keeping livestock cool, but summer presents even more of a challenge for producers.
DES MOINES — With new farm bill negotiations beginning, the pork industry has made it clear what’s at the top of its wish list: a vaccine bank with a large enough supply to handle the first two weeks of a foot and mouth disease outbreak.
Remember the first cell phones, those bulky gadgets that always seemed to be more trouble than they were worth? Did you ever think you would be able to store production records on it?