By: Blair Fannin
WACO – With the cattle market at all-time highs and drought having decimating herds across Texas, some might consider restocking, but are questioning if it’s the right time to buy.
The answer: It depends, says one expert.… Continue reading
By: Grant Mourer
No matter what business you’re in, quality brings value to your product. It’s no different in the beef industry except the definition of quality may differ slightly from producer to producer or segment to segment. Calves that… Continue reading
By: Jennifer Stewart
February 5, 2014
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – While Congress has agreed on a long-debated and much-anticipated farm bill, a Purdue Extension agricultural economist says the process of interpreting and finalizing specifics of the law is far from… Continue reading
By: Paul David, PH. D.
Drought is a dirty word. Though not physically a four-letter word, cattlemen surely classify it with its more expletive brethren. While the immediate implications of drought are certainly damaging enough, the negative effects may impact… Continue reading
Agriculture Undersecretary for Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services Kevin Concannon announced that USDA is making permanent the current flexibility that allows schools to serve larger portions of lean protein and whole grains at mealtime.
"Earlier this school year, USDA… Continue reading