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Cattle and Beef Industry News
by DTN
Sep 7, 2012
The prion panel was one of the 14 committees of the Japanese Cabinet’s Food Safety Commission, which was charged last December with assessing the risk of transmission of BSE to humans from consumption of beef up to 30 months from the four countries. It held its final meeting Sept.
Cattle and Beef Industry News
by DTN
Aug 24, 2012
The report also found that when it comes to grains, about 2 percent of those are lost during production and 2 percent during post harvest, handling and storage. In addition, about 10 percent is lost during processing and packaging, 2 percent is attributed to distribution and retail losses and about 27 percent by consumers.
Cattle and Beef Industry News
by DTN
Aug 24, 2012
Surrounded by members of the agriculture community at the Kentucky State Fair, Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer slammed the bankruptcy process that has failed to provide justice to the farmers, markets, truckers, veterinarians and others whose cattle or services were stolen in the collapse of Eastern Livestock.
Cattle and Beef Industry News
by DTN
Aug 10, 2012
Cash rent auctions in the $400-an-acre-and-up range have made headlines in the farm press the past two seasons. But that’s not indicative of what operators pay when they blend costs from all rental parcels, crop-share leases and owned land into a total-farm average.
Cattle and Beef Industry News
by DTN
Jul 27, 2012
Tight beef supplies and increased food prices will bring lean finely textured beef (LFTB), labeled as “pink slime” by the media, back to consumers’ plates, according to “LFTB: Beef’s Latest Battleground for Survival,” a report released last Wednesday by researchers at Rabobank’s Food and Agribusiness Research and Advisory.
Cattle and Beef Industry News
by DTN
Jul 27, 2012
USDA authorized emergency grazing and haying on eligible CRP land after the primary nesting period in 394 counties in 11 states: Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Wyoming, to help provide relief for farmers short of forage.
Cattle and Beef Industry News
by DTN
Jul 20, 2012
Concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) will not be required to report proprietary information to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) after the agency dropped a proposed rule that ag interest groups said would have jeopardized privacy and security for livestock producers.
Cattle and Beef Markets
by DTN
Jul 6, 2012
last week and an 8 percent five-year average. “Silking reached 25 percent, meaning the crop continues to suffer through hot, dry conditions during critical maturation,” Sanow said. “This, combined with the worsening condition ratings, point to a national yield well below USDA’s 166 bushels per acre (bpa),.
Cattle and Beef Industry News
by DTN
Jun 22, 2012
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will be allowed to continue using aerial surveillance as a tool to enforce Clean Water Act (CWA) violations after the U.S. Senate last Thursday failed to pass two separate amendments to the farm bill—one to ban the practice and another to allow aerial surveillance with certain restrictions.
Cattle and Beef Industry News
by DTN
Jun 1, 2012
Nebraska’s Emily Guerra, age 2, died when she fell off a spooked horse while her father was helping to brand calves. Austin Reuter, a 7-year-old from Iowa, died after an ATV rolled over him during evening chores, and Travis Flory, a 3-year-old in Wisconsin, was killed when he was accidentally run over by a skid steer his brother was driving.
Cattle and Beef Industry News
by DTN
May 4, 2012
“This was, reportedly, 10 percentage points above pre-report expectations,” said DTN Analyst John Sanow. “The most impressive showing to note is Illinois and Indiana at 79 percent and 70 percent, respectively, as compared to the five-year average of 29 percent and 20 percent.


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