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Cattle and hogs pullback to key support levels.
A sale barn in South Dakota recently saw a larger than normal amount of cattle go through the auction ring and the influx is being attributed to the government shutdown.
Four women aid volunteers face prison time after their conviction for leaving food and water for undocumented migrants.
Profit margins for both cattle feeders and beef packers declined last week, with feeders maintaining a slight edge.
Corn, soybeans, and wheat are all testing significant resistance levels.
Officials have confirmed a first case of a rare strain of bovine tuberculosis in the U.S. after seven cows in North Dakota tested positive for the disease.
After helping illegally move more than 60,000 cattle across state lines a Kentucky veterinarian has pleaded guilty to federal conspiracy charges.
Fed cattle trade was at a standoff Friday while feeder cattle traded at lower prices in auctions across the nation.
A $200,000 budget request by Gov. Brad Little for an Idaho board that manages money to pay a federal and state agency to kill wolves that attack livestock and big game is sufficient for fiscal year 2020.
The partial government shutdown affects some ranchers ability to cash their sale cattle sale checks and secure new operating loans.
Service is top of mind for this Kansas veterinarian.
Will the grain markets continue to rally?
As much as farmers like me are worried about trade wars, we’ve done really well with this White House.
"The emissions from EAT-Lancet's global launch tour will persist in the environment far longer than methane from livestock animals."
Oliver Sloup shares his thoughts on the grain and livestock markets in his weekly "2 Minute Drill"
Four Oregon activist and conservation organizations participating in a wolf stakeholder group are protesting an update to the state’s Wolf Conservation and Management Plan.
Will the relief rally hold?
Four Montana ranches owned by billionaire Texas brothers Dan and Farris Wilks are being offered for sale.
Readers of Drovers share their thoughts on a border wall through story and Facebook comments. Here is just a sampling of what farmers and ranchers are saying.
The nearly five-year saga of the confrontation between Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and the Bureau of Land Management has drawn to a close with the sentencing of the final defendant.