Cattlemen are challenging the Environmental Protection Agency’s findings and rules regarding greenhouse gases .
Learn about this risk categorization strategy that is based upon the potential for sickness and death in feeder calves.
Placements into feedyards are the lowest for February since the series began in 1996.
The resolution shifts $55 million from USDA accounts to pay Food Safety Inspection Service inspectors through Oct. 1, 2013.
Placements in feedlots during January totaled 1.88 million, 2% above 2012.
A beef reproduction specialist and rancher talk about how important reproduction is to selection and herd improvement.
Drought was the big discussion at this year's Cattle Industry Convention. See those stories and more that will impact your business down the road.
The 2012 calf crop was estimated at 34.3 million head, down 3%from 2011,which is the smallest calf crop since the 33.7 million born during 1949.