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Disease outbreak or not, people in agriculture still need to do business. Sale barns and auction companies are finding ways to continue operating, even in the midst of limitations to slow the spread of coronavirus that make it hard to do business in a normal manner.

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AMES, Iowa – Disruptions caused by COVID-19 grow each day. Volatility in the cattle market was one of the first disruptions, and now with ethanol plants slowing production or shutting down, local availability of corn co-products may be limited.

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Even as the world has fixated on the coronavirus pandemic, African swine fever (ASF) has not taken a break in its relentless assault on the global swine herd, with more than 50 countries actively battling the costly disease. So far, the United States has avoided being added to this dubious l…

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — The United States Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service officially responded on March 26 to the United States Cattlemen’s Association (USCA) petition regarding accurate labeling of beef products. The petition requested FSIS to amend the Agency’s Fo…

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Cattle producers need to be on the lookout for calf diarrhea, according to North Dakota State University Extension livestock experts.

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Spring calving for some is underway, while for others is approaching quickly. This indicates the next breeding season is right around the corner. Percent of calf crop weaned on any operation is the single largest factor influencing profitability. Subsequently, herd bulls influence herd ferti…

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The warmer spring temperatures have been a welcome reprieve from the cold experienced across the region in 2019. With warmer temperatures and significant soil moisture, ranchers need to be proactive in mitigating grass tetany risk. Cool season grasses are beginning to green up, posing a risk…

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When reports of the COVID-19 pandemic first hit the U.S., very few people had likely heard of coronaviruses—with some notable exceptions: cattle producers and their veterinarians.

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Some things make better sense together: peanut butter and jelly, grandparents and spoiled grandkids, and finally, Angus cattle and strong women. Twenty seven Angus cattlewomen from across the country gathered March 4-6 for the 5th biennial Women Connected Conference at the Certified Angus Be…

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Nelson Red Angus Annual Bull Sale:  March 17, 2020 @ 12 Noon MST, Phillip Livestock Auction, Philip, South Dakota

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