While most farmers are focused on getting corn and soybean in during the next few weeks, this is also the time to be aware of what alfalfa weevil larvae are doing in their forage. February and March were warm, and warme
Scientists at Texas A&M University are testing new technologies at a feedlot in the Texas Panhandle to find ways to reduce the use of antibiotics in livestock and provide consumers with a healthy meat supply.
I was out to dinner the other night with a group of friends.<p></p>
One by one each of us ordered, and I couldn't help but notice that not one person ordered an entree exactly as it appeared on the menu.<p></p>
German salt and potash miner K+S is discussing internally a potential listing of its U.S. salt division Morton Salt to bolster its share price and discourage unwanted takeover approaches, a German newspaper reported on
Land O'Lakes, Inc. today announced that Bill Pieper has been promoted to Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, reporting directly to Chris Policinski, president and CEO. Pieper, a 12-year veteran of Land O
While the cattle industry continues to refine preventive measures, treatments and overall management, feedlot morbidity, mortality and costs associated with bovine respiratory disease (BRD) stubbornly refuse to improve.
Whether it's Palmer amaranth, waterhemp or redroot pigweed, the best way to keep weeds from taking over farm fields is to know how to identify them, says a weed scientist with the College of Food, Agricultural, an
Spring planting is just beginning in many areas, and that means a lot more farm equipment is about to be out and about on our nation's roads. Equipment operators have a few ways to ensure they stay safe during th
The development of "mobile drip irrigation" has big potential to create a more resourceful way to water crops, and Danny Rogers, professor of biological and agricultural engineering at Kansas State Universit