Ranchers may want to consider shortening their traditional grazing season.
State cattlemen’s groups and national organizations representing beef producers shared their concerns with lab-grown meat labeling and safety to two government agencies.
Emeritus extension specialist Glenn Selk shared a treasure trove of wisdom in 2019. Here are the six most popular.
In separate interviews with AgriTalk representatives from two major beef industry organizations discussed major trade deals that have been negotiated recently.
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.
Both the United States Cattlemen’s Association and National Cattlemen’s Beef Association agree that "fake meat" labeling needs to be addressed.
One of the things University of Missouri researchers discovered as they looked at heifer development is the importance of identifying the fertility response of heifers before breeding.
The U.S. Cattlemen's Association calls for "accurate meat labels" and noted they have asked FSIS to use certain labeling claims to be used exclusively for cattle "born, raised and slaughtered" in the U.S.