A majority of U.S. adults have a positive view of farmers’ sustainability practices, and an overwhelming majority trust farmers, according to a new national public opinion poll from the American Farm Bureau Federation.
The first shipment of breeding pigs to utilize the Livestock Export and Inspection Facility at St. Louis Lambert took off for Sao Paulo, Brazil on Nov. 11, making history as they left aboard a Boeing 747-400F.
How do you certify your herd to produce the Certified Angus Beef brand? The free, one-hour "Getting to Know the Certified Angus Beef Brand" webinar is set for Nov. 19, 1:30 p.m. CT, and will delve into this topic.
The Engler Foundation gift to West Texas A&M University, Canyon, Texas, of $1 million a year is just a fraction of the long-lasting and far-reaching amount Paul Engler, chairman of Cactus Feeders, Inc., has provided.
Years like 2020 have a way of making us appreciate good leadership. The supply chain may be fragile, but it's resilient, says John Grimes as he steps away from his role as Certified Angus Beef board chairman.
Water is the most important nutrient for overall cattle health and production, experts say, and now is the time to make sure your winter watering systems are set up for full-time access to clean, drinkable water.