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
Two major wildfires in Oklahoma have been contained after killing two people and at least 1,500 cattle while burning almost 350,000 acres. Now producers are trying to pick up the pieces and there are ways to help.
Generous donations continue to come into the Drovers/Farm Journal Foundation Million Dollar Wildfire Relief Challenge by farmers, ranchers and industry partners who want to help ease the recovery burden of those who wer
Organizers of an online U.S. cattle auction that ranchers and traders had hoped would help restore transparency to livestock pricing nationwide said on Wednesday they would suspend activity indefinitely after just four
Written by Ken Blight, Albion, Mich., Zach Ducheneaux, Eagle Butte, S.D., and Jesse Larios, Brawley, Calif., lead farmers in the Farm Journal Foundation's Farmers Feed the World Program, and cattle producers.
Wildfires swept through the High Plains in early March and burned more than 1.5 million acres. A staple of cattle country burned with it. More than 18,000 miles of fencing was destroyed across the Plains and rebuilding