There has been widespread speculation about whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates at the upcoming Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting. Regardless of whether they decide to raise rates or not, it
At the end of every year, I knock on Steve Kay's door and ask him a few questions about the cattle business and where it's going. Or where it's failing. Steve is the editor/publisher of Cattle Buyers Weekly, a newslett
Depending on your wonkishness you might not know AZ HB 2150 or what its proponents wanted to accomplish. The simplest explanation is the bill draws a clear line between Tabby the house cat and a herd of cattle.
"Pregnancy has four times greater economic impact than any other trait," said Cliff Lamb, University of Florida – North Florida Research and Education Center, during the 2015 Beef Improvement Federation National Assoc
The use of antibiotics on the farm has been a not-so-slowly simmering issue for a long time. I remember first discussing it 15 years ago with representatives of a few of the larger pharmaceutical companies.
Myths about meat – they are as common as the air we breathe. Some have been passed from generation to generation; a disturbingly wrong number have been perpetrated by people who do it simply because they are staunchl
Wolverine Packing Company, a Detroit, Mich. establishment, is recalling approximately 1.8 million pounds of ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food S
Inclusion of Lean Finely Textured Beef (LFTB) in certain ground meat products has raised concern among some consumers partly as a result of the negative connotation associated with "pink slime" associated with the produ
The United States later this summer will add close to 10% to its natural gas export capacity to Mexico following the June 14 approval of a 0.37 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) pipeline that crosses the border at a po