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Partnership To Boost E-commerce Beef Sales

The digital shopping platform Chicory and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) are partnering to raise the profile of beef and accelerate e-commerce growth of beef products.

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Colostrum provides passive immunity
Selk: Passive Immunity And Long-term Health Of Calves

The most likely candidates for “inadequate” passive immunity are calves born to first calf two-year-old heifers. Calves with inadequate passive immunity remain at higher risk to illness prior to weaning.

2 weeks ago
Membership model announced
U.S. CattleTrace Releases Membership Model

U.S. CattleTrace, a not-for-profit that securely maintains and manages data collected as part of disease traceability, announced the release of its model for membership.

2 weeks ago
Smithfield Foods Prepares for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution to U.S. Employees

Smithfield Foods, the world's largest pork processor, said on Wednesday it has medical capabilities at U.S. facilities and is actively preparing for COVID-19 vaccine distribution to employees.

2 weeks ago
CAB Insider: Branded Prices Gain on Prime in 2020

Diving right in to the new year, we’ve already met some seasonal expectations in both cattle and beef prices.

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Hog and cattle feeding
Profit Tracker: Cattle Margins Positive, Pork In The Red

Average cattle feeding margins improved $20 per head last week, which beef packer margins declined 17%. Farrow-to-finish operations recorded per head losses for the fourth consecutive week.

2 weeks ago
Sausage King Jimmy Dean Adds Plant-Based Breakfast Patties

Tyson Foods Inc. is adding breakfast sandwiches with soy-protein patties to its iconic Jimmy Dean sausage line.  

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Missouri Prime Beef, Pleasant Hope, MO
Missouri Prime Beef Packers Set To Open

Missouri Prime Beef Packers - a 500-head per day facility - is set to open later this month in Pleasant Hope, Missouri.

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