Food supply chain experts say there is no need for consumers to rush to the grocery store and stock up on items they think are disappearing from the shelves.
Producers need to take advantage of opportunities to get the most value out of a calf crop.
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Ranchers have more opportunities to receive added value for their calves than other segments, and panelists at the Range Beef Cow Symposium discussed how to accomplish such goals.
A recurring discussion in the cattle business, particularly the feedyard sector, has been centered on how to hire and keep good employees.
Oregon residents are faced with proposed state legislation with the lofty goal of reducing greenhouse gases and “saving the planet.”
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As with most issues without resolve, the discussion will come and go.