While both fed and feeder cattle markets posted strong rallies into the new year, female markets were mixed. Prices overall were softer in December and some of that weakness carried over on prices for pairs and bred hei
Spring may have officially arrived last week but the weather in Ohio early this week gave us a reminder that winter is not going away without a fight.
Memorial Day is soon to pass and the impact of the holiday on cattle and beef markets, if not already, is soon to be complete.
As expected, supply pressures continue to build in beef markets.
First in the three-part series, "Fall Calving in the Cornbelt."
After a long winter, don’t think the spring and summer will be without challenges of their own. Here’s six impact areas you need to be ready for, as they might affect your profitability this year.
Ultrasounding can be a great tool to help manage and market your cow herd.
Who slashes farmland acreage by three-quarters, jettisons a machinery fleet, and upends field practices, yet watches profits rise by 70 percent? Meet Del Ficke and a less-is-more farming approach.