Keith Tuck said stockpiling and rotational grazing got him out of the hay business. Prior to 2014, Tuck hayed 120 acres every spring. If he had excess forage, he did it again in the fall. He found that putting up, and feeding less, hay translated into major savings … Read More


Similar to mid-February when heavy rains inundated the south-central Great Plains, lower Mississippi, Tennessee, and Ohio Valleys and provided instant relief from drought, heavy rains fell along an identical track, except this time south-central Texas received more precipitation than 6 weeks ago, and Arkansas … Read More

Join TSCRA and fellow ranchers for the next installment of Ranching 101 April 17 featuring a discussion on cattle marketing in Fort Worth. Don't miss one of our most popular topics! Read more…

Cattle Raisers Insurance is happy to report that our clients who have certain Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas (BCBSTX) medical insurance plans can continue to use Texas Health Resources (THR) with no disruption in service. Texas Health Resources has 26 facilities offering medical services and health-care … Read More

Unease swelled Wednesday across the agriculture industry when China retaliated against President Donald Trump's proposed tariffs by announcing plans for duties of their own on $50 billion worth of U.S. goods like soybeans and whiskey — and beef. Cattle make up a major chunk of Texas' livestock inventory, with more than 20 million cattle roaming … Read More

This week the United States and China inched closer to what some are calling “the next cold war.” This one is a war on trade. Following an announcement of a proposed $50 billion menu of tariffs against China, Chinese officials announced a proposal for their own matching menu … Read More

If you don’t have much time but still want a tasty beef steak dinner, this spicy recipe cooks up quick. Read more…

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China hit back quickly on Wednesday against the Trump administration's plans to impose tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese goods, retaliating with a list of similar duties on key U.S. imports including soybeans, planes, cars, beef and chemicals. Because the actions will not be carried out immediately, there … Read More

Industry leaders from TSCRA, the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and U.S. Meat Export Federation issued statements Wednesday regarding the announcement that China has included American-produced beef on a list of proposed retaliatory tariffs.