By : Abbie Burnett
6666 Ranch Manager Joe Leathers discusses the need for unification on a disease traceability program.
It’s been 16 years since the “cow that stole Christmas” shut down exports from North America and cost the beef industry… Continue reading
By: Ryan Milhollin, University of Missouri Extension
COLUMBIA, Mo. – With volatile livestock market prices, farmers now have more appealing insurance underwritten by the USDA. The federally subsidized protection has been revised and simplified.
Ryan Milhollin, University of Missouri Extension… Continue reading
Tom Zacharias, president of National Crop Insurance Services (NCIS), was among the speakers invited to address this week\’s Farm Bill Summit in Washington, D.C. The well-attended event, organized by Agri-Pulse, included a diverse cross-section of agriculture stakeholders.
In his opening… Continue reading
By: Don Tyler
Over the last 30 years, OSHA has put a microscopic focus on the chemical, manufacturing and construction industries and feel that they now have them well-regulated with clear protocols and robust monitoring. With agriculture being the last… Continue reading
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas farmers, ranchers and their employees are being asked to participate in a nationwide survey about health-care choices in the agriculture industry.
“This survey is a chance for farmers and ranchers to make their voices heard… Continue reading
Over the years, Texas ranchers and landowners have learned that growing grass for cattle is a risky business. Not so much dangerous, but very dependent on the weather.
For that reason, DeDe Jones, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service risk management… Continue reading