There's plenty of Regrexit in Great Britain (which has been downgraded to Good Britain) after Brexit. Elections have consequences, and the Washington Post reports one Brit says, "If I had thought this throug
A ballot initiative in Massachusetts poses grave consequences for animal agriculture. Initiative 15-11 would ban, within the state, the production and sale of eggs from hens and meat from pigs and calves kept in tight e
Ireland will become the first European Union country to gain access to China’s fast-growing beef market after its agriculture minister said on Monday that Beijing had approved imports from three Irish processors.
"There's nothing stronger than a mother's love." While this age-old adage references the love between a mother and her children, cow-calf producers will find truth to it when it comes time for weaning calves. Expert aft
While we can't predict the next public-relations crisis in animal agriculture, we can learn from past experiences and perhaps stamp out the spark before it becomes a firestorm. At last week's Cattle Feeders Business Sum
You've probably heard a lot about the importance of delivering every newborn calf a hefty dose of colostrum within a few hours of birth. But Cornell University professor Mike Van Amburgh now is emphasizing the add
New polling by Consumers Union suggests Americans are concerned about the overuse of antibiotics in food animals. Livestock industry leaders are sure to question the group's motives, especially since Consumers Union als
The General Accounting Office contends the U.S. Department of Agriculture's progress in promulgating a new rule for genetically engineered crops has difficulties to overcome. Until a rule is finalized, USDA will continu