2020 Rewind: Drovers' Cover Articles
We're recapping this year's most important issues though a look back at the covers of Drovers magazine.
Increased slaughter of cows and heifers in 2019 means fewer feeder cattle in 2020, leading analysts to project an uptick in prices for all classes in 2020.
Trade pacts could be a game changer for American beef.
Healthy soils are as important as cattle health for ranch success.
Cattle producers suffer second market disruption in seven months, look to future.
Calculating fallout from the pandemic and what changes it might bring.
Understanding U.S. beef import strategy requires an understanding of the U.S. hamburger market. Without imported lean trimmings, for instance, U.S. cow slaughter would need to double to meet demand.
Price prospects have improved with easing pandemic disruptions.
The Beef Industry Long Range Plan task force introduced its new five-year plan for 2021-2025 during the Cattle Industry Summer Business Meeting in Denver.
Managed livestock grazing can help regenerate soils.
Corporate environmental pledges seek farmer and rancher participation.