Just a t u m b l eweeds roll away from Californias geographical c e n t e r , rancher Clay D a u l t o n drives by pieces of the ranch in Madera County first settled by his great-greatgrandfather, an original California Gold Rush fortyniner.
USDAs Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has issued a directive with new instructions to its inspectors that will better ensure the humane treatment and slaughter of livestock presented for processing at FSIS-inspected facilities.
In todays economy, its more important than ever for cattle producers to implement innovative practices that will return more profit on their calf crop. On Sept. 14, producers will glean information from top industry experts on adding value to their natural resources, labor and calf crop at the Commercial Cattlemens Symposium.
A University of California- Davis (UC Davis) research team has been awarded $2.6 million by USDA to carry out integrated research, education and Cooperative Extension outreach aimed at reducing the incidence of bovine respiratory disease (BRD), or pneumonia, the leading cause of death in beef and dairy cattle.
The Preble’s meadow jumping mouse has hopped its way back onto the threatened species list folowing a controversial court ruling in Denver, CO, by U.S. District Judge John L. Kane last month. The consequences of this relisting are still unknown as Wyoming ranchers are forced back to past practices. "Our hope is that it isn’t
With the addition of his signature on Aug. 2, Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber has taken the final step in the ratification of a bill authorizing the use of state funds to compensate ranchers and other landowners for losses incurred as a result of wolf depredation. Known as the Livestock Compensation and Wolf Co-Existence Act
The American Meat Institute (AMI) offered reassur- ances about U.S. turkey safety following news of a ground turkey recall. The U.S. turkey supply has an excellent safety record, said AMI Executive Vice President James H. Hodges.