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Many farm kids grew up with the long, hot summer job of painting the barn. But a project to from Certified Angus Beef (CAB) is putting the fun back into what used to be a chore.
Ham was on the menu today, as USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue and U.S. Ambassador to Argentina Edward Prado celebrated the reintroduction of U.S. pork products to the Argentine market after more than 20 years.
Approximately 2,500 to 3,000 cattle have been moved from summer pasture while a wildfire continues to burn more than 100,000 acres in Idaho.
Ireland-based Total Produce has been cleared by the European Commission for its plan to purchase a 45% stake in Dole Food Co.
Young farmers have the opportunity to invest in their business and themselves by attending an event next week!
Three universities will partner to lead a new national institute on antimicrobial resistance.
On AgriTalk, AgDay’s Clinton Griffiths fills in for Chip Flory and talks with Kelly Products on their launch of beef blockchain to provide transparency, and Machinery Pete has a lot to talk about in used machinery.
Unfortunately, the bail out isn’t a long-term solution, according to Tom Vilsack, CEO of the U.S. Dairy Export Council.
The common high in the cash trade was $112 per cwt. from north to south last week.
Farmers who sell their herds will likely go through a grieving process. Knowing what to expect can ease the process for both the person experiencing the loss and their families.
A mass movement is neither plausible nor imminent, but a new book touting the benefits and value of eating goat meat just might nudge a few consumers into trying a goat meat recipe.
In memorial of the animals lost in a semi-truck turnover, PETA plans to place a billboard as close as possible to the accident site to encourage the public to eat vegan.
With harvest quickly approaching it’s time to make sure you have the labor you need to get the crop out of the field. Labor shortages are growing across much of the U.S., plan ahead to make sure you’re not in a bind.
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