The film’s transition to Internet Video On-Demand platforms gives viewers the opportunity to rent and purchase the film via online download.
Four Carthage, Texas suspects were indicted Nov. 6, 2014 after being charged with theft of livestock after stealing one cow from a neighboring rancher in Panola County, Texas.
The egg is on a roll. It has never been more popular as a fast-food restaurant breakfast staple, and its appeal has broadened far beyond the day's first meal.
High employee turnover can lead to inconsistent animal production or potentially lower quality products, both meat and milk.
This holiday season, producer-managers should check in on family and employees to avoid burnout in the months ahead.
Drones and digital cameras have given some breathtaking views of this year's harvest season.
After reaching never before seen prices the hog and pork markets have come back to reality.
With a global cranberry glut driving prices down, farmer Dick Ward has decided to turn his eight-bog, 14-acre operation over to his oldest son.
Research shows small amounts of calcium oxide can neutralize the acid in distillers grains, a commonly used alternative to corn in many livestock feed mixes.
Watch AgDay's annual Thanksgiving tribute to America's farmers and ranchers.
Families across the country can be thankful for Minnesota and Wisconsin farmers this holiday season.
At the 2014 Missouri Livestock Symposium, Dec. 5-6 at William Matthew Middle School in Kirksville, experts from across the nation will speak on topics.​
Lower feed costs have been a big blessing, but even more than that, it’s record high turkey prices from a shortage of the white meat.
Nancy Kavazanjian is the new Chairperson of USFRA. FJ Pam Fretwell sits down with Nancy and talks about how the organization is doing and what they are doing to make farmers more accurate in the eyes of consumers.
The grass-fed dairy will start with far less than the 2,000 cows that were originally proposed.
Life is good again — or at least far better — for those cattle producers who survived the long, devastating drought that decimated the nation's beef cow herd and shriveled pastures across a wide swath of the country.
The Nov. 21 sale brought $1,505,105 to 29 southern Missouri beef herd owners.
Dairy Today's Dollars and Sense contributors discuss risk management.
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