Surrounded by thousands of acres of high-dollar vineyards, California officials and agricultural leaders brought in producers and perspectives from around the country on Tuesday, Sept. 11 and Wednesday, Sept. 12 to highlight the importance of adapting climate-smart farming practices to help build resiliency against increasingly extreme weather events.
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Tyson Fresh Meats announced Aug. 15 that the company has become the first beef processor to license the Progressive Beef program.
If hail has damaged crops, growing cover crops for supplemental forages and soil health can be a viable way to salvage the land and put it to good use.
China is the fourth largest beef producing country in the world. Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension livestock marketing specialist, shares observations from a recent trip to the country.
Supply pressures continue to build in beef markets. Large beef supplies are weighing on markets and the challenge may grow moving into the summer doldrums between July 4 and Labor Day. However, relative fed cattle supplies are expected to tighten in the third quarter.