By Don Tyler
I’m concerned about you. No one needs to remind us of the stresses all producers are facing at this unique point in time. “This too shall pass…” can be a comforting lament, but the duration of… Continue reading
By Paul Dykstra
Stepping into another year and another decade provides opportunity to analyze both short- and long-term impacts to the beef business. It’s often the short term that shapes our attitudes on the market, but the trends across a… Continue reading
Confusion—that is likely the best way to describe the general consensus among cattlemen when it comes to mandatory identification for breeding age cattle that move from state to state.
In September 2018, the USDA announced four goals regarding Animal Disease… Continue reading
Alexandria, La. — The LSU AgCenter will host a Central Region crops and cattle forum Feb. 18 at the State Evacuation Shelter in Alexandria.
“The program aims to showcase the diversity of agriculture production in the central region focusing on… Continue reading
Lincoln, Neb. — The Department of Agricultural Economics and Nebraska Extension at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have published video resources on farm succession for agricultural landowners, ranchers and farmers thinking about retiring, exiting or transferring the farm or ranch.
“Preparing… Continue reading