Jim Robb, director of the Livestock Marketing Information Center, says cattle producers need to be cognizant of the larger calf crop ahead.
Based on the popularity of an agricultural technology session last winter during its annual agricult
Trent Pynch, 21, is a already veteran at handling sheep.
The ODFW Commission meeting marked the last appearance by longtime wolf plan coordinator Russ Morgan
Seventeen wild horses and one wild burro have found new homes after being gentled by inmate trainers at the Wyoming Honor Farm in Riverton
A surge of parasitic sea lice is disrupting salmon farms around the world
Two wolves meet up in northeast Washington and kill a cow
A lawsuit seeks to halt birth control treatments for wild horses in the West until the effects are better understood.
A rule requiring commercial truckers to use electronic logging devices with correlating restrictions on drive time goes into effect Dec. 18.
A Nebraska man's land has been certified organic since 1980 and his animals since 1990.
OTA says the lawsuit is a result of many years of failure by the government to implement organic livestock and poultry standards, despite widespread support among stakeholders and the industry’s 14 years of work to develop the standards.
The Washington beef industry donated $50,000, bringing total donations to $710,000.
The Bank of North Dakota may make drought disaster loans available to state's ranchers
Wildfire smoke and the danger of new fires have prompted federal wildlife managers to postpone the annual roundup at the National Bison Range in western Montana