Seasonal factors raised fed cattle prices
Calculations put estimated cattle feeding returns at the highest average for any calendar year since the last quarter of 2003.
Grass-fed marketing: Texas couple was pioneers in the business
In the 1990’s grass-fed beef was not yet a buzzword. But Jon Taggart, his wife Wendy and their young family saw a future in wholesome, flavorful food.
Three herds in Harding and Butte counties with TB cases
Due to a large number of feeder heifers from the main index herd now residing in eastern South Dakota as breeding heifers, the Animal Industry Board will host a meeting April 19, 7 p.m. in Sisseton at the Roberts Co. 4-H Grounds.
South Dakota net farm income shows subsequent annual decline
The average farm enrolled in the South Dakota Center for Farm/Ranch Management program experienced nearly a 66% decrease in net farm income in 2016 according to data compiled for analysis.
Three important ingredients: Talent, passion and people
What does it take to be a successful leader or business entrepreneur – in spite of living in a rural community?
Incredibly rare quadruplet calves born at Broken Heart Ranch
Ryan Knipfer had no idea what he was getting into when he brought an eight-year-old cow that was calving into the barn to take a closer look.
Beef bill doesn’t pass in Colorado
Headlines this week swirl around beef origin legislation, trade and regulating checkoff programs.
Anticipating the 2018 Farm Bill
“I don’t need to tell any of you it’s a really interesting time to be living and working in Washington, D.C. right now,” says Bart Fischer.
The ranch plan: Evaluate records first
Evaluating records first step in developing the next steps of a ranch
Perdue sails through confirmation hearing
Plus, quick facts about the incoming ag secretary
Vet lab bill passes in South Dakota
The lab, located on the campus of South Dakota State University in Brookings, S.D., is in need of updating to keep up with disease testing.
Part 2: Succession Perspective
Insights from families who’ve been through it
New strain identified in South Dakota tuberculosis case
30 herds in South Dakota and cattle herds other 11 states have ongoing investigations.
Montana says it will test two cattle herds tied to South Dakota TB case
South Dakota ranchers gathered for an informational meeting on bovine tuberculosis last week as part of an TB case in the area.
Stockyards Ag Experience opens to public
The Stockyards Ag Experience Barn consists of the history of the Sioux Falls Stockyards on the top floor and farm to table exhibits on the bottom floor.
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