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I've made a career of making fun of chickens and the people who lift them.

The 24th Annual Yon Family Farms Sale was held at the farm in Ridge Spring, SC on February 15, 2014.

RAIN has sent beef prices into a spin.

SWITCHING to Angus-Blonde d’Aquitaine calves has been a profitable step for Susan Johnston.

When you spend most every day, every day, wrapped up in the cattle business or some other sector of agriculture, it's too easy to believe the relax of the world sees things from an identifiable viewpoint.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will revise a proposed federal rule that critics say would pose financial hurdles for tiny breweries that long have provided leftover grains from the beer-making process for local farmers' use as animal feed.

AUSTRALIAN cattle producers' biggest competitors have been creaming off ever-better returns over the past few years.

Bryan Butler scratches his Lowline Angus bull between its eyes during a feeding round of the herd on Wednesday at his tiny ranch east of Garrison.

Wild hogs continue to be a plague throughout Mississippi, occupying about half of the state's land area.

Hanging around renegade livestock every my life has taught me that no matter how bad things receive, they can always receive worse.

The internet is awash in websites proclaiming the nutritional benefits of ground beef from grass-fed cattle.

A BETTER quality yarding was presented to a reasonable size crowd at Pakenham yesterday (Thursday), and demand was strong for most classes of steers and heifers offered.

Circle A Angus Ranch, headquartered in Iberia, Mo., was proud to host their 20th Annual Spring Bull & Heifer sale offering 402 head sold on March 15th.

In Parts 1 and 2 of this series we began a discussion of steps producers might take to help take advantage of the current strong cattle markets. More specifically these are recommendations and guidelines to help improve the total pounds of calf weight that can be produced from the operation.

Carlisle Auction Mart

Peetie Womack was rubbing Hooter on the noggin—as he'd been known to do on the rare occasion when he'd made too many trips to the punch bowl.

When it comes to attitude the eyes have it.

You could always tell the rare occasion when Peetie Womack had spent a might too long at the punch bowl: sooner or later, he'd receive around to most everyone, rub them on the noggin, his eyes sparkling.

While it is unlikely that any cattle producer has not recognized that the beef cattle industry is enjoying exceptional cattle prices, I'll point out something that should be obvious if you've sold any cattle over the last several months: The cattle markets are pretty unbelievable¸ having reached unprecedented high points.

Beefmaster Breeders United (BBU) welcomes Bill Pendergrass to the team as the new Executive Vice President. With an interest and genuine care for cattlemen and the beef industry, Pendergrass expresses that his life's work is advocating for ranchers, helping the purebred sector embrace the future and actively establishing the importance of the Beefmaster breed for the benefit of its breeders and the beef industry in general.

Today's cattle producers have a variety of technological applications available on their smartphones, which are about the size of the little notebooks their predecessors once carried in their shirt pockets for record keeping.

The International Brangus Breeders Association (IBBA) welcomed members and show exhibitors to its annual convention in Houston March 4-8, 2014, in conjunction with the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.

The Munster Branch of the Irish Angus Cattle Society held its Premier Show & Sale in Kilmallock mart.

In Part 1 of this series we started by pointing out the obvious, that the beef cattle markets have been exceptional and that profits to the cattleman have been unprecedented.

LANCASTER: Friday, March 28. Sale of cattle. Forward: 520 head. Prices. Store cattle - Bullocks: Charolais to £1,480 each. British Blue 1,450; Limousin 1,390; Hereford 1,280; Aberdeen Angus 1,200; Montbeliarde 1,170; South Devon 1,170; Friesian 1,010; Ayrshire 920; Simmental 900; Shorthorn 840; Swedish Red and White 750. Heifers: Charolais 1,270; Aberdeen Angus 1,220; Hereford 1,220; Limousin 1 ...

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