Major losses to alfalfa stands can sometimes be attributed to plant disease. There are more than 12 diseases of alfalfa. They can be grouped into two categories: stem/crown/root diseases and foliage diseases. The stem a
There is a certain culture that permeates Hard Rock Cafe, from its restaurants through to corporate headquarters. It has a whole different attitude about itself; you'll never mistake it for a quick-serve burger joint.
Feed costs have been in an increasing pattern since 2007. The cattle industry has been slowly adapting to these new economics. Recent developments, however, have moved feed costs into uncharted territory.
It's no secret that genes play an important role in genetic abnormalities in cattle, but could a gene be responsible for resistance or tolerance to diseases? That's what Agricultural Research Service (ARS) researchers a
Noting that "pre-harvest food safety interventions can prevent foodborne illness by helping to reduce risk in the farm-to-table continuum," the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service seeks to identify best management
The streets of Wichita reverted back nearly a century as the Kansas Livestock Association (KLA) helped celebrate the state's 150th birthday by driving 30 magnificent Longhorn steers in the Kansas Sunflower Parade, Octob