The abbreviated judging season concluded Sunday at the High Plains Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contest in Hereford, which served as the 2020 national championship meet.
Both mandatory and voluntary plans are offered to encourage market transparency.
NIAA proposed a plan that will allow farmers and ranchers to learn and engage on the importance of responsible antibiotic use in animal agriculture.
As chickpea production increases around the world, those crops not suitable for human consumption are being recycled into cattle feed as a partial replacement for soybean meal and cereal grains.
Farm Journal publications honored for editorial excellence by the Livestock Publications Council.
The organization partners with farmers and other members of the agricultural community to move food from the farm level to food banks and distribution centers around the U.S.
Kansas State University captured the North American International Livestock Exposition title marking the 15th national championship for K-State’s livestock judging program.
As former Vice President Joe Biden prepares to address climate change across every federal agency in a new administration, a coalition of ag and food groups is laying out a framework for climate policy.
Better understanding of the relationships between body condition scores and rebreeding efficiency of beef cattle has added a powerful management tool to the cattleman’s arsenal.