Don't let drought’s impact may sneak up during breeding season.
The World Organization for Animal Health is recommending that the U.S. risk classification for BSE be upgraded to negligible risk.
A closer look at USDA's Cattle Inventory report finds some surprises, such as a 9% increase in heifer retention in Texas.
Dwindling supplies translated into beef processing overcapacity for the region, so the reduction in processing was bound to happen.
To date, Cattle-Exchange.com has posted over 1,000 listings, which translates into more than 108,000 head of animals listed.
There’s interesting speculation about when and how the nation’s cowherd will start rebuilding.
The cattle market still anticipates peak prices for 2013 in nearly every segment of the industry, but it all depends on the weather.
With rising feed costs, the cattle industry looks at shifting to a forage-based production system.