For the week ending Jan. 6, 2018, most Texas feeder cattle auctions were closed due to the holidays. However, later in the week, several auctions opened and reported prices steady to $8 higher per hundredweight (cwt). Texas Weekly Direct reported trade activity and demand as moderate, with prices steady to … Read More

Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays recently looked back on 2017 with Jim Robb of the Livestock Marketing Information Center (LMIC), who says this past year turned out to perform much better than most in the agriculture industry would have anticipated. Listen to the latest Beef Buzz program as Robb … Read More

Registration is now open for the 2018 Cattle Raisers Convention and Expo, March 23-25 at the Fort Worth Convention Center, and the official hotels are guaranteed to fill up fast! Make your reservation today online or by phone to ensure you get the special convention rate.

Cold temperatures should not negatively impact Texas crops and could benefit some, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts. Less than halfway through winter, most of the state has already experienced temperatures below the average value for the coldest day of the year, but only by a few degrees, … Read More

Manufacturers spend many years and hundreds of millions of dollars to discover, research, develop and test pesticides, and create the label. However, pesticide labels often go unread or ignored. The label that accompanies the product you are using supersedes any other documentation or information about the product you may have … Read More

Following the conclusion of the 11th World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Conference last month, it’s time for WTO members to reflect, reset, and reinvigorate the agriculture negotiations to tackle the real-world international trade concerns that face agriculture today. Read more…

In the Jan. 8 edition of Cow-Calf Corner, Derrell Peel discusses the variety of efficiencies cow-calf producers should keep an eye on improving for 2018; and Glenn Selk gives advice on what you should have in your calving kit before spring calving season begins.

A California man has been arrested after allegedly defrauding more than a million dollars from prospective cattle buyers in a scheme that spanned four states. Justin Tyler Greer, 36, was arrested Dec. 28 in Tarzan, Texas, after being suspected of investment fraud, embezzlement and cattle theft. There are seven victims … Read More

SPONSORED CONTENT: This week’s Livestock Wx exclusive content for TSCRA members discusses why it was so cold over the holidays, what to expect for January, and where drought is intensifying.

Tiffany Dowell Lashmet reviews some of the top ag law stories in the news this first week of 2018, including  the U.S. Supreme Court case pitting New Mexico versus Texas in a spat over water, a hit against the “ag gag” law in Idaho, Dicambia drama in Arkansas and the … Read More