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Grazing seminar at NCTA, November 14

CURTIS, Neb. – Livestock producers can hear conservation updates and grazing management tips for grazing livestock during the 2018 Nebraska Grazing Lands Traveling Road Show. Traveling to eight Nebraska locations, the program will be in Curt... Read More


Jay George, Lebo, Kan., was inducted to the Hereford Hall of Merit Oct. 26 at the American Hereford Association (AHA) Hereford Honorees Reception during the AHA Annual Meeting and Conference in Kansas City, Mo. Hall of Merit inductees have greatly in... Read More

K-State to host calving schools across Kansas

In anticipation of calving season, the Kansas State University Department of Animal Sciences and Industry and K-State Research and Extension will be hosting a series of calving schools between November and January. The program will outline the nor... Read More

U.S. Beef Exports Remain Solid; Pork Exports Still Facing Headwinds

U.S. beef exports remained very strong in September while pork exports continued to be impacted by retaliatory duties in China and Mexico, according to data released by USDA and compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF). Beef exports cooled... Read More

Bovine tuberculosis found in Dane County Wisconsin dairy herd

MADISON – The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) confirms that a Wisconsin dairy herd in Dane County has tested positive for bovine tuberculosis (TB). Meat inspectors identified a carcass during a routine sla... Read More

Damaged, discolored soybeans as cattle feed

The wet conditions that delayed harvest have resulted in some loads of soybeans being rejected or sold at a large discount. Rejected beans can be used as a feed for cattle. If beans have significant mold present, they should be tested prior to feedin... Read More

State confirms rare bovine tuberculosis in Waunakee cows

Wisconsin agriculture officials are investigating a rare outbreak of bovine tuberculosis on a Waunakee farm. Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection officials announced Tuesday that tests show three cows from Maier Farms LLC have ... Read More

Ag Groups Make Final Plea to FMSCA for Changes to HOS Rule

The U.S. Department of Transportation's (DOT) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) asked for public comment on their Aug. 23, 2018, Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM), to determine if Hours of Service (HOS) revisions may al... Read More

Cattle feedlot growth near Powell Gardens

A Missouri commission has approved a temporary halt to a proposal to greatly expand a cattle feedlot near Powell Gardens in northwest Missouri. The Missouri Administrative Hearing Commission this week granted Powell Gardens' request to stop the ex... Read More