Maybe it's still too early for a post-mortem on lean, finely textured "Dude, it's beef!" But the litany of errors in positioning and promoting the product would fill a how-not-to-do-it marketing manual.
Rain during harvest and filling can be exasperating, especially after you’ve probably spent time carefully determining your forage’s moisture content. Here’s how weather events can affect both quality and yield.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the combination feeding of Pulmotil (tilmicosin), an in-feed bovine respiratory disease treatment, with Rumensin, an efficiency-enhancing feed additive.
Heat and drought over the summer months created an ideal environment for Aspergillus ear rot to form in corn grain and silage. The disease is caused by a fungus that may produce aflatoxin, which can be harmful to livest
As activist groups increasingly attack modern agriculture and food production, several groups recently have formed to fight back. One of the latest of these is Protect the Harvest, a group that plans to work within stat
Animal identification is the hot-button issue in the industry right now, but animal ID is nothing new. A form of the national ID system has been in existence for close to 70 years and managed basically as a regulatory p
Smooth bromegrass is a cool-season introduced grass with an advanced root system that tolerates temperature extremes and drought exceptionally well. This sod-forming perennial grass spreads rapidly through seeds and rhi
We are in the middle of an entire week devoted to educating the public about the dangers of overusing antibiotics. With several decades of bad information already behind the opinions formed by a seriously misinformed pu