There was a lot of coming and going on U.S. feedlots in August, showing that feedlots are moving cattle out in a timely fashion and not building inventory.
About a dozen youngsters competed in a special class at the Tehama District Fair in Red Bluff, Calif
Hawkins Sisters Ranch is the only Oregon Department of Agriculture processing facility in Eastern Or
The governor's spokesman rejected the alliance’s proposal, calling it an “extreme” plan that would hurt agriculture and Iowa’s economy.
Valleyford, Wash., farmer Dale Dietrich lost 400 sheep in a wildfire.
Removing the rest of the Profanity Peak wolf pack will be challenging, according to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Columnist Doug Warnock writes about the latest developments in grazing research.
Washington wildlife managers haven't finished removing a wolf pack in the Colville National Forest, but the debate about changing the state's policy on shooting wolves has started.
Record crops of corn and soybeans, a bumper wheat crop and large invetories will pressure grain prices downward.
A group formed to fight a proposed national monument in Malheur County, Oregon, is getting its message out. But the president's recent designation of a national monument in Maine has them more concerned.
Beef Counts will deliver its 1 millionth meal this fall.
Inventory still clogged from the port slowdown, quality issues and low milk prices are all keeping hay prices down. Opinions differ on whether market bottom has been reached.
The Washington Department of Ecology will redo its estimate of how much new manure-handing rules will cost dairies.