Acting Deputy Agriculture Secretary Michael Young today announced that a contract renewal sign-up is underway for the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP), USDA’s largest working lands conservation program with more than 80 million acres enrolled. USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service… Continue reading
KLA members have until Friday (3/24) to submit comments on potentially damaging livestock marketing rules introduced by USDA. The USDA Grain Inspection, Packers & Stockyards Administration (GIPSA) issued an interim final rule on competitive injury and two proposed rules addressing… Continue reading
AMARILLO – Early estimates of agricultural losses due to the recent wildfires are $21 million, but that could change as producers make final reports of their actual damages in… Continue reading
Generous hay donations have arrived from a variety of areas in the wildfire relief effort as producers quickly worked to get feed in front of cattle left with little or nothing to graze.
However, Dr. Ted McCollum, a Texas A&M… Continue reading
Bang for your buck.
Getting more bang for your buck is always a goal in life. This holds true for both beef producers and consumers. Almost everyone likes a good steak, but good steaks are generally considered expensive. One way… Continue reading
By Randy Saner, Nebraska Extension Educator –
Benchmarking your herd can be an important tool to look at your cost and revenues compared to other beef producers. Producers can look at where their expenses are high compared to other similar… Continue reading