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Saddle Horn Ranch
NCBA Supports Disaster Relief Resources For Cattlemen

NCBA released a statement highlighting federal programs that are available for cattle producers across the country who are being impacted by wildfires, hurricanes, drought, and other natural disasters.

4 months ago
China has suspended imports from an OK Foods poultry plant in Fort Smith, Arkansas, because of coronavirus cases among workers, the USA Poultry & Egg Export Council said on Tuesday.
China Suspends Poultry Imports From Second U.S. Plant Over COVID-19

China has suspended imports from an OK Foods poultry plant in Fort Smith, Arkansas, because of coronavirus cases among workers, the USA Poultry & Egg Export Council said on Tuesday.

4 months ago
Gearhart Ranch, Texas
McKnight: Cow-calf Producers Need Better Price Discovery

"For too long, cow-calf producers across the nation have marketed our cattle with one hand tied behind our back. The culprit has been an ever-growing lack of price discovery."

4 months ago
Strauss Free Raised beef
New Wisconsin Beef Plant Proposed

Wisconsin beef processor Strauss Brands is seeking approval to build a new 152,000 square-foot packing facility that will process between 250 and 500 head per day.

4 months ago
Fed Cattle Lower, Feeder Cattle Uneven

Cattle prices were softer across all regions last week despite cattle futures prices regaining some momentum. Wholesale beef prices also declined after the Labor Day holiday.

4 months ago
Equine asthma can flare up as a result of allergies, especially during the fall.
Fall Allergies Can Trigger Horses’ Asthma

An increase in horses showing signs of equine asthma during crop harvest season is possible as horses pastured near fields may be exposed to dust when crops are harvested.

4 months ago
Cash Cattle Slide Backwards

Packers took on more inventory last week, which allows them to sit out and leverage the extra volume to push the market lower with potential extended delivery periods.

4 months ago
Kansas State University veterinary researchers Hans Coetzee, left, and Michael Kleinhenz are studying the safety of using industrial hemp in feed for cattle.
K-State Research Analyzes Industrial Hemp As Cattle Feed

A pair of studies at Kansas State University is bringing new insight to farmers and producers seeking to incorporate industrial hemp in cattle feed.

4 months ago