A part of the beef cow-calf enterprise a producer may not feel so comfortable with is marketing according to Eldon Cole, a field specialist in livestock for University of Missouri Extension.
There has been a lot of discussion over the last couple of years about soil health, some of it useful and some of it confusing.
An article by Consumer Reports this week shows again, how complex scientific information can be misrepresented in order to influence the reader’s beliefs about the meat industry.
A friend called the other day and asked suspiciously what I thought about the confined-cow idea. He feared it could set up a pathway for true vertical integration in the beef industry.
Cattle producer Kate Miller says attorney David Muraskin’s reply falls short of the fact-based analysis she seeks.
Do your homework. If you don’t do it, it can come and bite you.
The Nebraska senator asked specifically about the negative impact on suppliers due to low cattle prices and high packer margins following the Tyson plant fire.
Part 1: Veterinarians outline the most common questions, challenges or sources of confusion among their clients.