Industry News

Cattlemen: House-Passed Tax Bill “Step in the Right Direction”

Group Applauds Death-Tax Repeal, Vows to Keep Working on “Problematic” Interest Deductibility Provision   Craig Uden, president of the National…

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The Markets

Fed cattle prices ended last week slightly lower than the week prior. Fed prices were about $20/cwt higher than the…

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Exports and Domestic Beef Disappearance

By : Josh Maples, Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, Mississippi State University   The latest trade data released last…

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  Cow / Calf Corner

BeefTalk: Beef Production Weaning 498 Pounds Per Cow Exposed

By Kris Ringwall, Beef Specialist, NDSU Extension Service Friendly, conversational chitchat rules at cattle gatherings. Conversation guides us, particularly when…

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Timing Vaccination Against Scours

By Jon Seeger, DVM, managing veterinarian, Beef Technical Services at Zoetis   While spring calving seems a long way off,…

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Body condition score at calving is the key to young cow success

By : Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist   Most areas of Oklahoma have had adequate summer…

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  Stocker Special

It’s Shipping Time: Keep Calves Healthy During the Transition

(SAINT JOSEPH, Mo., Oct. 18, 2017) Shipping cattle causes shrink, appetite loss and often sickness. Taking precautionary steps both prior…

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Health Tips for Calves This Fall

(SAINT JOSEPH, Mo., Oct. 2, 2017) Experience tells us that fall can be a treacherous season for keeping calves healthy. Calves…

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Oklahoma wheat stocker update

By : Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist   Wheat pasture has developed relatively slowly in…

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  Feedlot Focus

PANHANDLE PERSPECTIVES: Latest phase of chopped sugarbeet study looks at their value for feeding calves

Sugarbeets that are not processed into sugar for human consumption are being evaluated for their feeding value for cattle in…

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Convenience or performance trait?

By : Justin Sexten, Ph.D., Director, Supply Development   We often consider temperament a convenience trait. Looking for bulls to…

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October Cattle on Feed Report Puts Placements Higher

By : Brian R. Williams, Assistant Extension Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, Mississippi State University    The United States Department…

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Farm/Ranch Legacy Planning Workshops Set

November 21 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Farm/Ranch Legacy Planning Workshops Set

November 21 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

  Market Reports

  Company News

Enogen® Feed hybrids energize beef rations, improve profit potential

MINNETONKA, Minn., USA, Nov. 9, 2017 – Enogen® Feed corn hybrids from Syngenta, fed as grain or silage, can help feedlot operators improve profit…

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Freestanding Feed Storage Bins November Sale

November Sale is on! Order today for deliver this week. JACKY BINS are easy to use and lend themselves perfectly…

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  Marketing & Management

Master Marketer series set for Waco in 2018

Writer: Blair Fannin   WACO – The 2018 Master Marketer series, which assists farmers and ranchers in developing marketing plans…

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Tally Time: Management Minder outlines your production year

By Sandy Johnson, extension beef specialist Technology has been developed that makes many things in our lives much easier. Some…

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  Beef News

U.S. Beef Roadshow a Successful Launch for Market Development Efforts in China

An initial and ambitious step toward developing demand for U.S. beef in China was taken this week as the U.S.…

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