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2012 March 2
Increased replacementheifer inventories may not be sufficient for cow herd expansion in the face of the large numbers of cows being slaughtered. La Ni a remains in place and could adversely affect any expansion plans.
2012 March 2
Although disease prevention programs may appear to be a costly investment initially, a good program will ultimately be more cost effective than treating a disease outbreak. For example, treating an outbreak of respiratory disease costs considerably more than proper management of calves at weaning or receiving.
by WLJ
2012 March 2
Beginning March 1, consumers now have convenient access to important nutritional information about the raw meat and poultry products they most frequently purchase, US- DA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced.
by WLJ
2012 March 2
Recently, Kris Ringwall, North Dakota State University, Dickinson Extension Research Center (DREC), spoke at the American Lowline Annual Meeting during the National Western Stock Show. DREC has used Lowline cattle as a part of their crossbreeding system in their commercial cow herd.
by WLJ
2012 March 2
That’s the assessment of U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) President and CEO Philip Seng after his participation in the U.S./ China High-Level Agricultural Symposium in Des Moines, IA. It was part of a five-day U.S. tour by Chinese Vice President President Xi Jinping, who is positioned to be the next leader of China.
by WLJ
2012 March 2
Scharff’s new analysis, “Economic Burden from Health Losses Due to Foodborne Illness in the United States,” offers two economic cost estimates. Scharff arrived at the $77.7 billion figure by including values for medical costs, productivity losses, mortality and pain and suffering.
2012 March 2
Parents of children who work on the family farm or are in agriculture education programs should thoroughly review proposed changes to child labor laws so they fully understand how the new rules could affect them, a Purdue farm safety specialist advises.
2012 March 2
U.S. beef exports in 2011 posted a 21 percent yearover-year increase. Beef exports for 2012 are forecast at 2.76 billion pounds, fractionally below 2011 levels. U.S. beef imports were 10 percent lower than yearearlier levels; the U.S. remained a net exporter. Beef imports for 2012 are forecast at 2.
by WLJ
2012 March 2
This new white paper, titled “Does your vaccination protocol compromise newborn health?” was launched as part of a continued effort to answer questions related to calf health and immunity and to educate the dairy industry about immune function in calves.
by DTN
2012 March 2
Ethanol and farm groups praised an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) decision Feb. 17 to approve a higher level blend of ethanol known as E15, but the Environmental Working Group announced a campaign to discourage consumers from using it, and an Agriculture Department economist said he did not think it will win acceptance soon.
by WLJ
2012 March 2
The Missouri Cattlemen’s Association (MCA) hosted cattle industry leaders Feb. 28-29 for its annual County Leadership Conference. Attendees learned about the day-to-day operations of MCA, Missouri’s Cattlemen Foundation and the Missouri Beef Industry Council.
by WLJ
2012 March 2
Fostering baby calves within a single herd is the best option because bringing new calves in from an outside herd carries the risk of introducing disease, said South Dakota State University (SDSU) Extension Veterinarian Russ Daly during a recent iGrow Radio Network interview.
by WLJ
2012 March 2
“The advancement of technology to support the development of crop varieties is essential to the health and prosperity of the state, nation and the world,” said John Sharp, chancellor of the Texas A&M University System. “This multi-year agreement is fundamental to that goal.
2012 February 24
The move will help pave the way for both countries to boost their economic and political ties, according to reports. South Korea’s parliament approved the free trade pact in November of last year despite vehement protests from opposition lawmakers. The deal was signed in July 2007 and approved by Congress in October 2011.


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