This week’s American Farm Family passes down cattle legacy

For many people, raising cattle is not just a job, it is about continuing a legacy that was started many generations ago.

NCBA’s Cattlemen to Cattlemen takes us to the Fredrick Ranch in Nebraska to introduce us to this week’s Farm Family.

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The Mallette’s farming success is a family affair

Maple Stock Farm puts the family in American Farm Family

This week’s American Farm Family is a three-generation family affair!


The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture recently released its updated import and export projections, shedding light on the intricate dynamics influencing the agricultural market.
Recent data reveals a notable downturn in U.S. ethanol output, marking its lowest level since the beginning of February.
Research conducted under the Beef Checkoff program provides valuable insights into consumer demands, ensuring that the industry stays attuned to evolving preferences.
Unprecedented heavy rains in California have wreaked havoc on strawberry fields and other crops, posing a threat to farm workers and potentially causing price hikes for consumers.
The Center for Biological Diversity launched a map project to reduce pesticide use near endangered species habitats. However, there are some concerns over the accuracy of the maps.
The upcoming year holds significant importance for the Climate Smart Commodities Program, as partnerships and data reporting take center stage, according to a top USDA official.