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K-State’s Winter Ranch Management series set for February

Kansas State University will host a series of meetings to help beef producers focus on management and profit strategies for the new year. Bob Weaber, a K-State Research and Extension cow-calf special... Read More

Groups Request Investigation Surrounding JBS Plant Delisting

In their complaint filed  Wenesday with the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, R-CALF USA and its Ohio affiliate, Buckeye Quality Beef Association, request an investigation into the events surround the delisting of the JBS-owned beef packing in Sou... Read More

USDA Survey Shows Millennials Prefer Fruits, Vegetables

A recent Department of Agriculture report shows that millennials prefer fruits and vegetables over grains and meats. The USDA report analyzed food-buying data by generation. Agri-Pulse reports that millennials spend the smallest share of their foo... Read More

USMEF Concerned About Mexican Beef Grading System

The U.S. Meat Export Federation has filed comments with the Mexican government regarding its concerns about the country’s beef grading standards. A meatingplace.com article says Mexico’s system closely resembles the one used by the U.S. Depart... Read More

“Ranching for Profitability” Meetings Held Across Nebraska

     Grazing, reproduction, and cattle health, the pillars to beef profitability, will be covered in half-day workshops in 10 communities across Nebraska in January by Nebraska Extension beef specialists and educators.       “Ranching for ... Read More

K-State Research and Extension specialists share tips for managing livestock in winter

Livestock producers are entering a time of year that, because of winter weather, can often be challenging for maintaining the health of their herds, but a host of management steps and best practices can help to get the animals through the tough times... Read More