Food insecurity has remained near that level since, despite a decline in unemployment from its peak of 10 percent in October 2009 to 6.7 percent in December 2013. While 2013's prevalence of food insecurity was lower tha
Summer annual crops that experience sustained periods of dry weather can contain high levels of nitrates, which can have detrimental effects on feeding. Crops with high nitrates can also be dangerous for people as well.
With beef prices up and smaller herds, Wyoming is experiencing an increase in cattle theft. Executive director of the Wyoming Beef Council, Ann Wittman said, "Nationally, we have the smallest cow herd in 60 years."
Feeding cost of gain is expected to drop for the remainder of 2016. Small net returns could be on the horizon for cattle finishers. Where are feeder cattle prices headed? Does it pay to retain ownership?
You know the view: picture-perfect pastures that run as far as the eyes can, clashing with pale blue skies and forest green trees upon the horizon; the stunning view that is rural America. But having pretty pastures isn
Ranchers in Kansas and Oklahoma learned more about how grasslands recover after wildfire in a joint educational seminar hosted by Extension personnel from Kansas State University and Oklahoma State University, at Snake
Thanks to an outpouring of support, more than $400,000 has been raised for Kansas and Oklahoma wildfire relief funds, which is an amount of money even greater than the staggering number of acres burned in the March wild