To mark the end of National Chicken Month, we take a look at how the U.S. poultry industry is making a slow and steady recovery following the widespread outbreak of High-Path Avian Flu (HPAI) in 2022 that devastated commercial flocks across the country.
Herds are showing growth in areas like the Northern Plains and some states in the Western U.S. where ranchers have seen more rainfall. However, for operations across the rest of the United States, that is not the case.
A look into the future of beef production with insights from Cattle-Fax CEO Randy Blach.
According to The American Simmental Association, bovine congestive heart failure is showing up more often in feedlots, and it is a real problem not discussed frequently in the industry.
Avis Farms, a family-run dairy operation in Virginia, opens its doors to the public, bridging the gap between agriculture and the community.
Rich historical data illuminates industry trends, but the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) stresses the critical nature of non-market commentary in these reports.
Analysts predict variability in placements data in the upcoming Cattle on Feed report set to release on Friday afternoon with factors like cow numbers and imports at play.
Meet the Hasselstrom family of Winchester Ridge Farms, trailblazers in the realm of agriculture, as they embark on a quest to revolutionize farming. Their mission: regenerative farming.
Lower production and higher prices, that’s what the USDA Outlook Board sees for the cattle industry next year.
Guardians of the Grasslands: 1st-Gen Farm Family preserves their legacy, passion & piece of Texas prairie
Texas cattle producer David Crow took a leap into ranching as a passionate, first-generation farmer. Today, has grown into a legacy that will continue for generations to come by using sustainable grazing practices and innovative land management techniques against invasive species.
Egg prices have been on a roller coaster this year, soaring sky-high and falling back down to Earth in just a few months.
In a recent survey by Purdue University, researchers asked consumers nationwide about potential pork price increases in relation to California’s controversial Prop 12 legislation. The results might be surprising as grocery-store prices continue to break the bank.
Cattle: Beef & Dairy
Raising the Steaks: NCBA commends 5th-gen Montana ranch for a legacy built on sustainable beef production
The Mannix Brothers Ranch is a glimmering example of sustainability in the cattle industry as well as their steadfast effort to create a legacy of sustainable land management.
The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association proudly highlighted the environmental advancements in U.S. cattle production at a climate summit held in New York City this week.
Nate and Melissa Morts is nurturing farming excellence, one crop, and pig at a time.
In the heartland of agricultural dedication, we meet Ori, a remarkable three-year-old Border Collie who proves that working dogs are not only essential for farm success but also cherished companions.
This Florida cattle rancher CARES for future generations through his commitment to sustainable management
Florida Farm Bureau’s ‘CARES’ program publicly recognizes farmers and ranchers in The Sunshine State who go above and beyond to protect the state’s natural resources. We take you to Crooked Creek Farm in Altha, Florida, one of the operations recognized for its use of sustainable management practices.
Leaders of the American pork industry descended upon the Nation’s capitol this week, seeking to engage with lawmakers on the vital issues addressed in the upcoming 2023 Farm Bill. At the forefront of their agenda is the battle against what they perceive as outdated and counterproductive regulations.
We meet this week’s American Farm Family, Matt and Melissa Ditch, who are helping decrease the environmental impact of their Iowa hog operation and passing on that sense of responsibility on to the next generation.
Meat exports were mixed for the first half of the year according to data compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation.
Rule the Roost: National Chicken Month celebrates the global impacts of America’s most-consumed meat
September marks the beginning of National Chicken Month, a time to celebrate the nation’s most-consumed meat as well as the U.S. poultry industry’s profound impact on both the domestic and global economy.
A week after Hurricane Idalia tore across Florida and parts of the Southern-Atlantic Coast, we are learning more about how agricultural operations in its path were impacted by the storm, which reached a Category Three-level hurricane at its peak.
Consumers think inflation will impact their Thanksgiving dinner table this year.
Tyson Foods is closing several chicken processing facilities across the United States, and we are already starting to see the impact on those producers.