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USDA and the FDA will jointly oversee the production of cell-cultured food products derived from livestock and poultry.
Stocker and feeder cattle sold $2 to $6 per cwt. lower at auction this week as buyers continue to demand preconditioned calves.
It’s time to make your plans to attend the largest cattle convention and expo. The 2019 Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade Show is Jan. 30 to Feb. 1.
For farmers, planting decisions are always tough. But, the utter unpredictability of trade and market access is an unwelcome wild card.
Cattle feeders saw closeouts with an average profit of $58 per head last week, down modestly from the week before.
A 19 year old dog owner has been arrested following attacks on several cattle by two of her dogs in Mississippi.
Oliver Sloup breaks down the grain and livestock markets in his weekly "2 Minute Drill"
Japanese officials are considering lifting the 30-month age restriction on beef imported from the United States.
For the second time in nearly a month a Wyoming beef cattle herd has been found to contain Brucellosis.
The Woolsey wildfire destroyed the western town movie set at Paramount Ranch.
Lethal action has been approved by wildlife officials in Washington for two packs that have killed and injured multiple cattle this year.
Battle lines blur over labeling lab-grown substitutes as packers invest in the startups making them.
What to look for in the grain markets.
Japan stops buying some Chinese rice straw on swine fever risk and the feed is vital for Wagyu. It could result in a supply loss may boost Wagyu price.
Cattle technicals look weak.
A cattle rustler in Arkansas has been sentenced to five years in state prison after pleading guilty to stealing cattle in 2014.
Brazilian meat packer JBS SA has signed a trade pact with Alibaba’s Win-Chain that will send approximately $1.5 billion in beef, pork and poultry to China.
Argentines still much more carnivorous than richer Europeans as consumers skimp on bread, pasta and fuel but not protein.
Fundamentals, technicals, and our market bias for corn, soybeans, and wheat.
Cattle markets came under pressure and beef cutout prices trended lower for the week.