Antibiotics Report Ignores Food Safety Facts
A recent Environmental Working Group (EWG) report blames antibiotic use in food animals for the presence of antibiotic resistant bacteria. This report overlooks important data and the facts about food safety.
Merging values & technology
The Cattle Business Weekly
Consumers are the ultimate drivers of the food supply system. That’s a reality that the agriculture industry must keep front and center as they work to feed the world’s growing population.
Johne’s or Hardware?
Dr. Ken McMillan
DTN/The Progressive Farmer
Johne’s disease is a chronic wasting disease. Cattle are most susceptible when they are young. Infected cows shed the bacteria in their stool and young cows ingest the manure. Infected cattle can take years to show clinical signs.
End Meats Help Drive Premiums
Angus Beef Bulletin Extra
T-bones, sirloins, filets and strips — these are the beef cuts referred to as “middle meats.” Such steaks make up 12% of the carcass, but represent less than half of its total value.
That and the difference in cooking method lead many to believe it’s the only place where beef grades matter. Not true, according to experts like longtime market reporter Bruce Longo, of Urner Barry, and the data he tracks.
Developing a marketing plan to capture value for your calves
Last month, we discussed the common phrase, “you can’t improve what you don’t measure”. Perhaps another phrase that is just as important is that you can’t capitalize on what you don’t market. A sound marketing strategy allows a producer to capture added value in a group of calves.
Hoffman Farms focuses on crops and cattle
Farm and Dairy
He’s been raising beef cattle on a commercial scale for only about three years, but Christian Hoffman of Fairfield County is among the top.
Beef Checkoff asks, “What’s Your Dinner Made Of?”
National Provisioner Online
The new "Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner." consumer advertising campaign is premiering this month, bringing the recognizable tagline to older millennials and Gen-Xers.