Central MN Cattle Reports:
7/29/19 – Pierz Livestock
7/31/19 – Tri-County Livestock, Motley
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A Wisconsin state veterinarian is urging the owners of horses, donkeys, mules, zebras, and ponies to step up fly control, equipment sterilization, and Coggins testing after two related cases of Equine Infectious Anemia were found last week.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is now offering Economic Injury Disaster Loans because of rain and flash flooding last fall. Debbie Freeland with the SBA’s Office of Disaster Assistance says small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses
The northwest Missouri farmer sentenced to federal prison for running the largest organic food fraud scheme has been found dead. The coroner has ruled Randy Constant’s death a suicide A federal judge sentenced Constant last Friday but
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has released a report saying it found traces of the herbicide glyphosate in nearly 20 oat-based cereals and snacks in a new round of testing the group commissioned. Should you be concerned?
At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live cattle closed higher on strong wholesale values during the session and this week’s potentially higher cash trade. Feeder cattle futures closed higher on the same factors with additional support from the
The cattle producer’s share of the retail dollar has been on a steady decline since the start of the year. University of Missouri livestock economist Scott Brown says in January producers received about 47 percent of the
A market analyst says he doesn’t expect the volatility in the lean hog market to ease up anytime soon. John Heinberg with Stewart-Peterson says any news coming out of China is causing the market to react and
A judge has temporarily blocked implementation of Missouri’s Senate Bill 391 that was to take effect in a week. It prohibits counties from passing ordinances stricter than state laws governing concentrated animal feeding operations – CAFOs. Two
The owners of a western Missouri cattle and beef company have announced they’re leaving the beef processing business after a long and costly fight to expand it. Valley Oaks Steak Company applied last year to expand from
Brownfield’s Larry Lee will cover the University of Wisconsin Agronomy & Soils Field Day on August 28, 2019 in Arlington, Wisconsin. Continue reading University of Wisconsin Agronomy & Soils Field Day at Brownfield Ag News.