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Drought and dryness in the northern Plains hasn’t been enough to stop cattle growth, according to the mid-year cattle inventory numbers from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Washington is home to a minimum 115 wolves in an estimated 20 packs. But 11 of those packs are bunched up here, overlapping grazing allotments in the Colville National Forest.
JBS, Marfrig and Minerva stand to gain record beef margins.
A punishing drought that stretches across much of the U.S. Northern Plains could cause farmers to lose 64 million bushels of wheat production this year, according to federal officials.
NASA rocket scientist who grew up on rural South Dakota ranch doesn't pass up opportunities.
June placements up 16.1 percent vs year ago.
Company beat 2016 investor suit in March only to be sued anew.
The U.S. beef cow herd increased 7% in the past two years, while beef replacement heifers were down 2% since USDA's last mid-year inventory report.
Economics concerns behavior. In essence, how cattlemen react to markets and forage supplies leads to herd expansion or liquidation and that is the cattle cycle.
A person who reported eating at a Chipotle in northern Virginia has tested positive for norovirus.
Kansas beef packing plant Creekstone Farms has sold to a Japanese company for $170 million.
Largest such study finds rampant antibiotic use in chickens.
Cattle markets are continuing to stay interesting, and producers might have found some footing.
Finding is different from ‘classical’ threat, agency says.
Northern Plains farmers harvest before kernels can fully form.
An atypical case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) has been identified in an eleven-year old cow in Alabama, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
U.S.-China relations tense amid sanctions related to North Korea.
Brazil needs to make progress on inspections before any timeline can be set to end a U.S. ban on imports of fresh Brazilian beef, the U.S. agriculture secretary said on Monday.