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Cash Fed Cattle Grudgingly Higher

While cattle traded higher for the second consecutive week, and the highest since last May, the action was frustrating for feeders who see fundamentals that suggest much higher prices.

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Nalivka: Regulations and U.S. Food Production

Regulatory activity may be the single greatest threat to U.S. food production as it impacts the entire supply chain from the producer to the consumer. It appears U.S. regulatory activity is increasing.

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Kansas Cattleman and Veteran Jerry Bohn Named NCBA President

Kansas cattleman and retired Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves Jerry Bohn has been elected president of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association.

Roundtable Webinar Series Connects Farmers and Ideas Across the Globe

The first in a series of webinars by the Global Farmer Network brought together a diverse panel of farmers to talk about the biggest issues in agriculture today.

New Program Assesses Tyson Foods’ COVID-19 Risk Mitigation Efforts

Tyson Foods, Inc., is piloting a new Matrix Medical Network program that assesses, addresses, verifies and monitors the effectiveness of Tyson’s efforts to protect its workforce from COVID-19. 

Easterday Ranches Files For Chapter 11 in Wake of Tyson Suit

Easterday Ranches Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Monday following a civil lawsuit filed last week by Tyson Foods, Inc. alleging the company defrauded Tyson of more than $225 million.

Lawsuit Says Tyson Foods Misled Shareholders About COVID-19 Protocols

U.S. meat and poultry processor Tyson Foods Inc was sued on Tuesday for allegedly defrauding shareholders with misleading disclosures about its ability to combat the spread of the coronavirus in its facilities.

COVID-19 Case Rates Still Lower in Packing Plants Than General Population

A new report from the Meat Institute shows new COVID-19 infection rates among meat and poultry workers are 60% lower than in the general U.S. population and two-thirds lower than case rates in the sector in May 2020.