Much like Beijing's Forbidden City is off limits without the emperor's permission, U.S. beef hasn't had permission to enter China in 14 years. But trade relations with China appear to be changing.
If old gray corral boards could talk, Johnny Holloway figures they'd have a tale to tell at the stockyards and railroad crossing known as Mossman.
Washington is home to a minimum 115 wolves in an estimated 20 packs. But 11 of those packs are bunched up here, overlapping grazing allotments in the Colville National Forest.
Elanco's new protein, planet and pet pledges aim to provide improved access to nutritious protein, reduce the company’s footprint on the planet, and support healthy pets that support people’s wellbeing.
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The cattle industry needs to make some bold, creative changes to ensure its viability, according to speakers at the Feeding Quality Forum held in Amarillo, Texas.
As technology transforms the meat business, the impacts will resonate throughout the supply chain.
Control of leptospirosis in cattle requires a comprehensive approach, such as reducing Leptospira exposure, vaccination, and selective antimicrobial treatment to clear carriers.