A federal transportation rule might change the way cattle are moved long distance.
Two national cattle industry groups are supporting the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) decision to delay implementation of electronic logging devices (ELD) for livestock haulers.
In this week's Drovers TV Report there is a case of brucellosis in Wyoming; proposed regulation changes for livestock haulers; and a Texas beef packer is facing financial troubles.
The Wisconsin plant employs 1,200 people and has been tied to 189 cases of the illness.
Officials in Texas have come to a temporary resolution that will allow the use of Cattle Fever Tick spray boxes for 45 days until a permanent solution is found.
The Senator was on AgriTalk this week to talk about the bills she’s working on that benefit livestock producers.
Ranchers in Florida are no stranger to hurricane preparations, but each one brings it's own concerns. Hurricane Irma is expected to make landfall this weekend.
Consumers first saw beef supply disruptions in March when the shutdown of food service shifted demand to the retail grocery side where supply chain bottlenecks and a surge in demand resulted in temporary shortages.