The Cattle Business Weekly
  • Ramping up research

    New Cow-Calf Education and Research Facility will help region collect data on different cattle management systems

  • Increasing uncertainty in current climate outlook
    Climate outlooks for the remainder of the fall season turned less certain this past week, as the likelihood of La Nina has been reduced, explains Laura Edwards, Acting State Climatologist and SDSU Extension Climate Field Specialist.
  • Beef Traceability:  A look at programs around the world
    To date, thousands of U.S. producers have enrolled their cattle in voluntary traceability programs – in many cases to meet the requirements of specific importing countries.
  • Hitting the ‘Bonanza’

    New specialty steak cut unveiled by meat science professor

  • A Kansas State professor of agricultural economics weighs in on what the United Kingdom’s decision means for U.S. agriculture.

  • Rex Ranch manager shares lessons
  • Supreme showing

    Angus and Hereford win Supreme Row honors at 2016 South Dakota State Fair.

  • Beef producers can expect seasonal prices this fall
     With feedlots still struggling to get out of the red, Sampson sees feeder cattle prices at historically normal levels this year. 
  • Succession planning by the book
    If your family is having a difficult time talking about succession planning, perhaps they’ll feel more comfortable reading about the topic. Here are a few books to consider when it comes to passing the business on to the next generation.
  • Due to the increased supply of cull cows on the market, lower cull cow prices have been experienced so far. This year we have seen, and expect to continue seeing more normal price and supply seasonality in the cull cow market.
  • “Desperado” rules Iowa State Fair’s 2016 Super Bull contest
    The winner of the Iowa State Fair’s “Super Bull Contest” is a Black Angus bull named “Desperado.” Desperado is owned by John and Emily Putney and family of Gladbrook, Iowa.
  • Ready. Set. Hike!

    Northern Hills Beef Bowl brings beef and football together

  •  Chisholm Trail celebrates 150 years
    There will be a cattle drive of 400 Texas Longhorns from San Antonio, Texas to Abilene, Kansas from April 1 to July 1, 2017.
  • Cattle tours near you
    South Dakota, Nebraska, North Dakota and Montana will all be hosting cattle tours in September. There will be lots of great cattle and country to see.
  • What will 2026 look like?
    What will life be like ten years from now? If you haven’t asked yourself that question from time to time, you should. What will schools be like? What will our government be like? What new technology will be important to our lives? What will your business and industry be like?
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