Latest News From Missouri

Nick and Justin Diemel went missing July 21, 2019.
Diemel Remains Possibly Found In Nebraska Stock Trailer, Sheriff Says

In a bizarre twist, Nebraska authorities say human remains found in a recently purchased stock trailer may belong to one of the brothers murdered in Missouri last summer.

1 year ago
Officials searched this Missouri farm for Nick and Justin Diemel.
Diemel Brothers’ Suspect Faces New Charges

Additional charges have been filed against the Missouri farmer currently held without bail after the disappearance of Nick and Justin Diemel.

1 year ago
About 80 jobs will be lost as Valley Oaks closes.
Missouri Feedlot Closes Under Strain Of Legal Battles

Valley Oaks Steak Company, Lone Jack, MO, announced Monday it was closing operations immediately after a lengthy battle seeking permission from the state to expand operations.

1 year ago
Bruce and Tracey Mershon of Mershon Cattle LLC received the BIF Commercial Producer of the Year Award.
Mershon Cattle Receive BIF Commercial Producer Award

Beef Improvement Federation names Bruce and Tracey Mershon as BIF Commercial Producer of the Year.

1 year ago
The MU program brought fixed-time artificial insemination (AI) to Missouri beef-cow herds. All heifers are synchronized to be bred in one morning. This simplifies AI breeding. It also permits use of semen from top sires in a breed.
Reputations Help Heifer Prices Average $1,857 At Palmyra Sale

Short supply plus strong demand restored prices for Show-Me-Select Replacement Heifers selling Saturday, June 1. The 87 head of bred heifers averaged $1,857 at F&T Livestock Market. High lot sold for $2,100.

1 year ago
Duo Pleads Guilty to Kansas-Oklahoma Interstate Cattle Theft

Anthony Francis Whittley and Jasmine A. Boone, both 28, have entered guilty pleas after stealing cattle from Kansas and attempting to sell them across state lines at the Oklahoma National Stockyards Co.

1 year ago
Anthony Francis Whittley and Jasmine A. Boone, both 28, have entered guilty pleas after stealing cattle from Kansas and attempting to sell them across state lines at the Oklahoma National Stockyards Co.
Duo Pleads Guilty to Kansas-Oklahoma Interstate Cattle Theft

Anthony Francis Whittley and Jasmine A. Boone, both 28, have entered guilty pleas after stealing cattle from Kansas and attempting to sell them across state lines at the Oklahoma National Stockyards Co.

1 year ago
Settlement Talks Under Way Over Missouri Meat-Labeling Law

Settlement discussions are under way over a lawsuit challenging a Missouri measure making it a misdemeanor crime to promote plant-based food products as “meat.”

1 year ago