Farm Groups Ask President, Congress for Disaster Relief
American Farm Bureau
A group of 135 farm organizations and banks that supply seasonal loans to farms and ranches today called on the President and Congress to put aside political differences and supply urgently needed relief in the wake of weather-related disasters in 2018 and 2019.
Test can determine if bull is ready for breeding season
Kansas State University
This time of year, A.J. Tarpoff enjoys warmer temperatures and green grass just as much as the next guy, but you might cut him a little slack if he thinks a bit differently about the onset of spring-like weather. Tarpoff, a beef extension veterinarian at Kansas State University, turns his thoughts to cow-calf producers and the need to get bulls ready for the upcoming breeding season.
NCBA CEO Kendal Frazier Announces Plans for Retirement
After 34 years with the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), the past four as CEO, Kendal Frazier announced his plans for retirement this morning. Kendal’s career began as a farm broadcaster in Kansas, where he also served as director of communications for Kansas Livestock Association, before moving to Denver, Colo., to join the staff of the National Cattlemen’s Association (NCA), predecessor organization to NCBA. During his illustrious career, he served the beef industry through some of its most challenging times and events.