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While rabies remains one of the most threatening zoonotic diseases worldwide, vaccination has greatly reduced the incidence of infection among pets, livestock and even wildlife.
USDA’s first look at net farm income shows without continued ad hoc government payments, net farm income will drop this year.
Increased slaughter of cows and heifers in 2019 means fewer feeder cattle in 2020, leading analysts to project an uptick in prices for all classes in 2020.
The March Cattle on Feed report brings the feedlot data up to date and back on schedule following the federal government shutdown.
As COVID-19 vaccination efforts expand and the economy begins showing signs of recovery, researchers are tabulating the impacts of the pandemic on the U.S. animal agriculture product market.
As the 2021 bull market continues, it’s leading to a growing level of optimism from farmers.
The latest Ag Economy Barometer from Purdue University/CME group shows farmer sentiments rose to 177 this month.
Texas lost more than $200 million in crop and livestock losses, according to economists with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.