This week, the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System (NARMS) released its 2016-2017 NARMS Integrated Summary.
Production at the Pasco, Wash., facility will stop while the company works with health officials in surrounding counties to test team members for COVID-19.
The number of people who have become ill from eating Salmonella contaminated beef has gone up by 87 cases after the recall was increased to 12 million lb.
Here’s the full article that corresponds with “The Coolest Profession on Earth” and a link to an article about vertical farming.
When rumors circled a few weeks ago of pork packing plants refusing loads because of diminished capacity from worker absenteeism due to COVID-19, how could anyone really be surprised?
As producers rush to complete BQA certification, cattle haulers should also take note—they will need certification in the BQA Transportation program by Jan. 1, 2020.
Some high-level details of the COVID stimulus bill that is expected to pass Congress is provided by TCFA detailing provisions of relevance for cattle producers.