Couple open small processing facility to aid Eastern Oregon producers, hunters.
At Whole Foods, ground bison sells for $10.99 a pound and strip steaks sell for $25.99 a pound.
The USDA argues producers can request all of their checkoff dollars to be sent to the national Cattlemen’s Beef Board, but there is little record of Montana producers filing such a request.
Lawsuit against deceased "Sagebrush Rebellion" icon Wayne Hage won't be reviews by Supreme Court.
The GIPSA rules USDA has sent to the Office of Management and Budget include an interim final rule on competitive injury and two proposed rules to address undue preference and the poultry grower ranking system.
Livestock groups go on record about one of the most restrictive and burdensome requirements -- stubble height -- in sage grousel resource management plans.
The new president of an organization that helps Western sheep ranchers obtain foreign H-2A workers says reforms enacted a year ago haven't succeeded in boosting interest in herding jobs among domestic workers.
Ferry County, Wash., takes a "'defensive position" against the surviving members of the Profanity Peak wolfpack.
Washington wildlife managers end hunt for remnants of Profanity Peak pack, but pledge to resume search if more livestock are attacked
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service declined to provide updated information on the investigation.
Washington wildlife managers have reportedly halted the search for the Profanity Peak pack during hunting season, but it's unclear whether the lethal-removal operation will resume.
Butch Wampler discovered the three steers that had been attacked.
Ranchers recently raised $14,000 for Beef Counts, a program that helps provide food to families in need.
Greg Mohnen, 64, is the manager of the McGinnis Ranch and president of both the Central Oregon Hay Growers Association and the Oregon Hay and Forage Association.