Strong prices are being reflected in strong cattle demand, and to Chip Nellinger of Blue Reef Agri-Marketing, the feedlots have the upper hand, while the packers are short bought.
The USDA’s prospective plantings report will be released in 37 days, and analysts and producers are making their own estimations as to what the acreage mix will be.
The U.S. livestock industry is realizing that animal ID might soon become a necessary part of doing business.
The strong start for beef and cattle markets is encouraging but plenty of challenges remain in 2018.
AgriTalk After The Bell Host Chip Flory catches up with Jarod Creed of JC Marketing after the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville.
AgriTalk Host Chip Flory looks back to a couple interviews from the National Ethanol Conference in San Antonio last week and catches up with Machinery Pete after a busy weekend at the NFMS in Louisville.
The Texas Farm Bureau made a video called "Our Food" with a very powerful message.
Little 2 mo. old Brynlee Delynn Domke of Alpena, MI doesn't know it yet, but chances are extremely high that farming will play a large part in her life to unfold. How can I tell?
Money spent on U.S. export market promotion are failing short, as other countries are investing more into trade agreements.
Through its “Thank You Farmers” Project, Culver’s launches its fourth annual FFA Essay Contest this week.
The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, enacted on February 9th, contains a number of provisions that should prove to be very helpful to American farmers. This includes language establishing new baseline levels for funding for cotton and dairy producers, which will help in the upcoming farm bill.
Two file cabinets, one red, the other yellow, stand along an open wall in J. R. Simplot’s office in Fresno, Calif. They are a silent testament to Paul Simpson’s ever-vigilant attention to details, both large and small, that play a role in the company’s emergency action [...]
How much easier farming would be if pest threats never changed. But of course pests, and the products used to counter them, are constantly evolving (just like everything else about farming). So keeping up with pests is a year-around process. Think of the process as continuing education. &ldquo [...]
John Phipps tackles the issue of occupational licensing this week in John's World on U.S. Farm Report
Grains start the week on firm footing.
(Bloomberg) -- Tyson Foods Inc., the largest U.S. meat producer, wants to get deeper into the snack game. In its latest attempt to move beyond traditional chicken products, Tyson has put toge
Grain markets monitor the latest forecasts out of Argentina as concerns remain for their crops. Outside markets turn their attention to the stock market after yesterday's holiday to see if the recent volatility will return.
Researchers at South Dakota State University found antibodies against influenza D in blood samples from horses. Cattle are the primary reservoir for Influenza D, which was first isolated from a diseased pig in 2011.
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