Latest News From California

Firefighters, Police Help Care for Cattle Across the Country

Police officers and firefighters in various parts of the country have been lending a hand caring for cattle and here are some social media posts that show them in action.

1 year ago
Drovers TV: Ongoing Weather Impacts Cattle Markets; CA Cattle Council

Weather continues to have an influence on the cattle market as adverse weather like the most recent “bomb cyclone” to hit the Midwest slow the rate that fed cattle are finished.

1 year ago
Drovers TV: Ongoing Weather Impacts Cattle Markets; CA Cattle Council

Weather continues to have an influence on the cattle market as adverse weather like the most recent “bomb cyclone” to hit the Midwest slow the rate that fed cattle are finished.

1 year ago
California Cattlemen Approve $1 Per Head Funding For Cattle Council

California's Cattle Council will soon begin funding programs designed to help consumers understand the positive role cattle and beef production play in the environment, and other issues.

1 year ago
I'm A Drover: Science Advocate

As an advocate of science, Frank Mitloehner believes efforts to reduce meat and milk production globally will only result in “more hunger in poor countries.”

1 year ago
Beef + Lamb New Zealand Unveils Multi-Million Dollar U.S. Campaign

Beef and lamb producers from New Zealand are planning to spend several million dollars on a campaign to promote their products in the U.S. to help strengthen their import position.

1 year ago
Beef and lamb producers from New Zealand are planning to spend several million dollars on a campaign to promote their products in the U.S. to help strengthen their import position.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand Unveils Multi-Million Dollar U.S. Campaign

Beef and lamb producers from New Zealand are planning to spend several million dollars on a campaign to promote their products in the U.S. to help strengthen their import position.

1 year ago
Rancher Describes California Camp Fire

California farmers, ranchers and others in the community are still dealing with the impacts of the Camp Fire. AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben talks with rancher Holly Foster of Oroville, California.

1 year ago