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Suggestions for raising grass-finished beef
Learn more about raising grass-finished beef and what contributes to the overall quality of the meat.
Women in agriculture awardee applies NRCS knowledge to family farm
Katie Fitzsimmons, farmer and Natural Resources Conservation Service district conservationist, is one of four women who recently received the 2021 West Virginia Women in Agriculture award.
The enemy of my enemy is my friend
Farm groups have joined voices to call on the USDA, Congress and the Department of Justice to ensure a more financially sustainable situation for cattlemen.
Turner Shorthorns relies on conservation to farm over former silica mine
Recently, the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association recognized the Turners for their commitment to improving the farm with its Environmental Stewardship Award. “I think if you’re in agriculture, conservation is what you do,” Tom Turner said.
Valued partners in the beef business
There are partnerships all across the beef business, but they're not always as clean as who will bale the hay and who is going to feed it.
Two paths: from calf to dinner plate
We take a look at how two farmers raise beef cattle, making very difference decisions, using different resources, to create the same end product.
Imagining the cattle of the future
The cattle of tomorrow are being bred with more and more precision, and the rate of improvement can increase.
Clarion Farms adapts through grain, grass, marketing
The Ports have been farming in Clarion County since the 1860s. Each generation does it a little differently. Today it's John-Scott's turn to take the reins.
Beef, dairy breeds launch collaboration, HOLSIM
The American Simmental Association and Holstein Association USA have announced the formation of the HOLSim branded program.
Bovine TB identified in Michigan herd
Bovine tuberculosis was recently confirmed in a beef herd in Alpena County, Michigan.