"Who else has the knowledge, the experience, and the fortitude to press on," asks Shad Sullivan? "The American farmer and rancher."
The year 2011 — the driest year on record in Texas — was the stuff of nightmares for area ranchers.
Following an explosion Oct. 17, Cargill says it is sending live cattle to other facilities but expects its Dodge City cattle receiving operations to resume early next week.
A unique Texas ranch with more than 4,500 Brangus and Ultrablack located on over 14,000 contiguous acres of leased and owned land is offered for sale by the owners.
The impact of U.S. beef exports on calf prices continues to rise as experts advise ranchers to stay abreast of trade developments globally.
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Cargill says it closed its Dodge City beef packing and processing facility on Thursday after an explosion injured two employees.
Californians will vote on Proposition 15, which is billed as tax reform, except neither side can agree on exactly what gets reformed. Farmers and ranchers are rightly wary of the repercussions.