NASS reports in the 2017 Census of Agriculture that 36% of U.S. farms have beef cows, with the average herd size 43.5 head. Smaller operations, however, are declining.
We're recapping this year's most important issues though a look back at the covers of Drovers magazine.
Better beef could mean 10% hike in demand andcattle on farms
As the impact of COVID-19 continues, trying to stay afloat may be too much for some operations to withstand. Many face a tough reality: liquidating cows and a shrinking industry.
We've rounded up the top 10 stories of the year as decided by you, our readers. Take a look back at these memorable stories on Drovers.com in 2019.
Uniformity or consistency may be desirable in both management and marketing aspects of cattle production.
On Wednesday, Nebraska rancher Casey Schuhmacher and California rancher Jack Lavers talked through the cattle industry’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and its disruption on AgriTalk’s Farmer Forum.
Cattle prices are on a historic ride. Producers are trying to make sense of it all, as well as industry insiders, as the COVID-19 story is far from over.