Dear Rachael Ray
Illinois Corn Corps
. . . So, I was understandably shocked by some of the food safety “tips” that you offered during the June 6 episode of The View. You were on the show promoting your new burger cookbook, but some of the food handling advice that you gave was more than a little troubling.
Texas cattle industry is bouncing back
The Texas cow herd may never be as big as it once was, but a livestock specialist from Texas AgriLife Extension believes that better — though different — times are ahead for Texas cattle raisers, who are still reeling from the effect of a long-term drought.
Stocker and Feedlot Margins a Study in Contrasts
Derrell S. Peel
Where Foods Comes From
The stocker and feedlot sectors provide a dramatic contrast in the economics of two beef industry sectors. While the stocker sector sees opportunities with strong values for forage-based gains, the feedlot sector is under increasing pressure as limited feeder cattle supplies, high feed prices and excess capacity combine to result in severe feedlot losses.