Calves- they're not easy to raise and we don't get any payback for at least two years. They get sick easily and take abundant resources, especially time and money, to rear into productive contributors to the
We're all way too familiar with Murphy's Law: When anything can go wrong, it will. A corollary to that is Merton's Law: Anytime you mess with policy and markets, unintended consequences will always rea
Are your heifers growing as fast as they should be? Are undersized heifers - or overly fat ones - causing calving difficulties for your herd replacements? Dr. Angie Manthey, dairy nutritionist for Hubbard Fe
Los Angeles Times writer<p></p>Geoffrey Mohan<p></p>reported on the front page of the business section on Friday, December 30th that, "For food shoppers, 2016 was a back-to-the-future experience, with<p></p>retail price
U.S. farmers are off to a slow start on corn plantings and even though it is still very early in the 2017 season, the numbers may already imply that total corn acres could be less than the 89.996 million that the market
Fake news reports about an antibiotic resistant salmonella outbreak in chickens prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to issue statements that it is safe put chickens in costumes for Halloween.