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05

Nov
Beef has great taste and contains many nutrients that our bodies need. In just one three-ounce cooked serving, you get 10 essential nutrients, including about 25 grams of protein, which can help you to build and maintain muscle, manage your weight, and feel satisfied after each meal! When beef ...

04

Nov
Turkey supplies down, prices up amid holiday uncertainty Source: AgriLife Today | Nov. 3, 2020 Wholesale turkey prices are up and production is down amid looming uncertainty over how COVID-19 will impact traditional consumer trends this holiday season, according to a ...

04

Nov
The Ohio State University Beef Cattle Letter discusses blackleg and answers some frequently asked questions regarding the costly disease, including: What it is, how cattle get it, what it does, how it's treated, and how to prevent it. Read more at the Beef Cattle Letter...

04

Nov
The Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer rose 27 points to a reading of 183 in October and set an all-time high for the index. Farmers were more optimistic about both the future and current financial situation on their farms, the Current Conditions Index rose 36 points to ...

04

Nov
Fresh 50% trim and fresh 90% trim prices have slowly lost ground since June. Fresh 50% trim has spent most of the summer below a year ago. The third quarter averaged $34 per cwt per week lower than 2019 for corresponding weeks. The availability of 50% trim has ...

04

Nov
Source: Texas Beef Council | Nov. 3, 2020 The Texas Beef Council (TBC) has launched "Beef Loving Chefs", a new podcast that gives chefs and others in the foodservice and hospitality industries the opportunity to share their personal journeys, relationships and ...

03

Nov
Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Special Ranger Hal Dumas, District 21 in Central Texas, reports calves missing from a property in Milam County. The seven Charolais calves weigh 400 to 500 pounds, each, and were last seen on Oct. 15 in a pasture at CR 325 and ...

03

Nov
The beef industry has seen a marked increase in interest surrounding direct-to-consumer marketing in recent months. This can partly be attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent slowdowns in the packing plants that had a lot of feeders and cow-calf producers worried. Another factor spurring the increasing ...

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