Avian flu shocking jump to dairy, the possible impacts on ag trade in the Key Bridge fallout, herd management in drought & more top stories from last week.
According to the 2022 Census of Ag, the average age of U.S. farmers is just under 58., prompting many groups to get the next generation interested in agriculture.
There is nothing like breaking your own record.
As spring sets in, Dr. D.L. Step, a professional services veterinarian at Boehringer-Ingelheim, urges producers to adopt a tailored preventive health program for calf vaccinations.
As we learn more about the damages from the Panhandle fires, a Texas rancher shares how they’re managing herds with what resources they have left.
NCBA is poised to seize upon a promising opportunity: bolstering trade relations with the United Kingdom.
Cattle producers are shifting their feeding practices as winter temperatures remain unusually mild. Here’s how that is affecting the hay market.
The repercussions of the Smokehouse Creek Wildfire loom large for the Texas cattle industry as the state grapples with the largest wildfire in its history.
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) economists offer their annual Outlook on milk, butter, and cheese as the U.S. dairy industry preps for the year ahead.