The Cattle Business Weekly
  • Cattle theft and prevention go high-tech
    Livestock theft is one of the oldest crimes in South Dakota, but the ways thieves operate and the methods ranchers and authorities use to catch them have both evolved into a high-tech battle of wits.
  • Expectations for 2019 cattle inventory
    Using the relationship between heifer and beef cow slaughter, we estimate that annual slaughter levels would need to be 15 percent above a year ago in order for the beef cow inventory number on January 1 to be 1 percent below the 31.7 million estimated on January 1, 2018. 
  • Canada signs on to trade agreement, NAFTA replaced
    Replacing NAFTA will be the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), which has a figure of $1.2 trillion in trade attached to it.
  • El Nino conditions forecast for fall-winter
    Current outlooks by the Climate Prediction Center (CPC) call for this warm pool to continue through winter, with a peak warmth occurring before the end of the year.
    
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  • Stronger together
    I went white-water rafting this past summer in Colorado with my family. It was just my husband and I, and three of our kids in an inflatable boat with our river guide being a tiny little college-age gal, who didn’t weigh more than 100- lbs. soaking wet.
  • Brucellosis infection reported in Wyoming’s Park County
    Wyoming state veterinarian, Dr. Jim Logan, has been notified by the Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory and the National Veterinary Services Laboratory that there is a new case of Brucellosis in a cattle herd in Park County.
  • Cattle theft and prevention go high-tech
    Livestock theft is one of the oldest crimes in South Dakota, but the ways thieves operate and the methods ranchers and authorities use to catch them have both evolved into a high-tech battle of wits.
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