Sheep breeder Monte Forster has participated in livestock competitions at the Oregon State Fair for 55 years.
The wolves have killed two adult cows and injured four calves over the last week.
Meat and eggs raised without GMO feed can now be labeled as such, according to USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service.
California Cattlemen's Association officials are urging ranchers to stay engaged in the state's appl
Some conservation groups are standing behind Washington's lethal-removal policy, even as other environmentalists deplore the shooting of wolves in Ferry County.
Statewide, herds shrank by more than 1 million beef cattle, and by 2014, the number in Texas dropped to 3.9 million, the lowest since 1958
The farmer noticed his herd was eating less feed.
USDA says a process is in place for cattle producers to opt out of paying a portion of their checkoff dollars to qualified state beef councils in response to a cattle organization's lawsuit.
A herder found one of his guard dogs fighting with a wolf, and a dead ewe nearby.
Highly pathogenic bird flu has been found in a mallard duck in Alaska, the first time the virus has been discovered in a migratory waterfowl in at least nine months.
Washington wildlife managers have now shot a total of six wolves in the Profanity Peak pack in Ferry County.
Some researchers think fat marbling, which USDA beef grades are based on, isn't what consumers are looking for.
A West Texas meat science professor is cloning cattle to attain top USDA beef grading status, but is that what consumers want?
The Meacham wolf pack is blamed for attacking a calf in Oregon's Umatilla County.