USDA's monthly cattle on feed report was close to pre-report estimates, with some categories at historical lows.
Placements during July were 1.560 million head, down 7% on the year, the lowest for … [Read More...]
When it comes to global supply of soybeans and soybean meal, there is competition in the marketplace. But, in some cases it isn't the cheapest price that wins.
Javier Anhalzer operates one of the … [Read More...]
Missouri State Representative Chris Kelly says there won’t be enough votes to override the governor’s veto on the omnibus ag bill during the upcoming veto session. Kelly, who helped author the … [Read More...]
Lloyd Gunter has been producing Grade A milk on his Missouri dairy farm since 1967. With almost 50 years of experience under his belt, Gunter has seen the good times and the hard times for the dairy … [Read More...]
Synthetic gypsum, which is a by-product of the sulfur-scrubbing process at coal-fired power plants, has been used on fields in pockets of the eastern Corn Belt for several years. Now, farmers, ag … [Read More...]
One of the speakers at the recent Midwest Soil Improvement Symposium in Manhattan, Kansas was Dr. Warren Dick, soil scientist and professor in the School of Environment and Natural Resources at The … [Read More...]
Moving beyond canned foods at food pantries. For the Food Pantry Gardening program at the University of Missouri – sharing seeds and starter plants with food pantry recipients is a way to help them … [Read More...]
The animal rights movement isn’t having a good year, mainly because the 800-lb. gorillas of the movement aren’t having a good year. Despite lots of noise and heavy spending, there have been no … [Read More...]
Kids are back in school or will soon be and the air is beginning to smell more and more like autumn. Where did the summer go?
The Brownfield Ag News team has been busy these past few … [Read More...]
Four years ago the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games were held in Lexington, Kentucky. The games are coming up August 23 through September 7, this year in Normandy, where Elizabeth Bagby, Corporate … [Read more...]