4-Day Cattle Auction Scheduled for Loveland, Colorado | Livestock

Superior Livestock will travel to Loveland, Colorado, July 5-8 with an offer of over 189,580 head of quality calves, feeders and breeders. In response to buyer feedback and to help keep the auction going, this offer will now be four days starting 6:30 a.m. Mountain Time daily for Superior Sunrise followed by the 7:00 a.m. […]

Meat industry, food system debated in supply chain comments | 2021-06-29

[ad_1] More workers and a more diverse food system, including small and medium-sized meat packers, are needed for U.S. agriculture to maintain resilience in the face of threats to the system, commentators told the USDA at the time. as the department embarks on its efforts to reimagine the country’s agricultural supply chains. The USDA requested […]

Weekly Recap of Feeded Cattle and Boxed Beef for the week ending June 25

[ad_1] CZ Cattle Market Analytics analyst Ed Czerwien from Amarillo, TX provides the following feeder and boxed beef recaps for the week ending June 25, 2021. Summary of fattened cattle: Feedlot cattle trade for the WE of June 26 was mostly flat at 3 higher and spot sales volume was lower than the previous week. […]

Distressing impact of locked up pets and country walks on livestock

The new pets and the increase in the number of walks in the countryside have reportedly had a worrying impact on the livestock. In the first quarter of this year, NFU Mutual claimed that the cost of dogs attacking livestock had increased by about 50%. Figures started to rise last year when around £ 1.3million […]

Organic market in Poland | Information

[ad_1] News article | 06-28-2021 | 17:39 Green Deal supports green production as one of its pillars in the farm to fork strategy with the aim of increasing green production up to 25% of total agricultural production in the EU. Therefore, we took a closer look at the current situation of Polish production of organic […]

A fundamental change is taking place in the way the beef is finished

[ad_1] Markets trade continues to expand, with many sales yards last week reporting far higher than expected turnout rates for the time of year. A cause The sellers decide to move the cattle much earlier than usual due to the unusually strong trade, especially for the futures and beef types. Another factor is that sellers […]

Midday Cattle Markets | The voice of LaSalle County since 1952!

[ad_1] The direct cash cattle trade has started slowly after the light trade last week, particularly in Kansas and Texas. Offers and asking prices for livestock left on the show lists have not yet been established. On Friday, prices stood at around $ 122 live, mostly flat compared to the weighted averages from the previous […]

1,500 Head Beef Processing Plant to be Built in Southwest Iowa | Livestock

Chad Tentinger, project developer for Cattlemen’s Heritage Beef Company, announces the upcoming construction of a $ 325 million beef processing plant in western Iowa. (Courtesy photo.) Construction is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2022 on a $ 325 million federally inspected beef processing plant in Mills County, Iowa, to process 1,500 head per […]

Argentine government limit on beef exports hurts production, farmers say

[ad_1] New Argentine government limit on beef exports hurts production, farmers say June 28, 2021 Argentina’s new policy of limiting beef exports for the rest of the year will hurt production, the ranchers said on Wednesday in a statement that signaled growing tensions between the agricultural sector and the center-left administration. Export restrictions, announced on […]

restaurants in Iowa perplexed by soaring meat prices | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] DES MOINES – Darren Warth noticed that chicken was getting more expensive last December. First it was $ 90 a case, then $ 100. $ 120. $ 150. In April, it was beef prices that skyrocketed. And in June, it was pork. At Smokey D’s BBQ, Warth’s Des Moines barbecue for 15 years, soaring […]

Cow Camp Ranch named BIF Seed Grower of the Year 2021 | Livestock

The Beef Improvement Federation awarded Cow Camp Ranch, Lost Springs, Kansas, the 2021 BIF Seed Grower of the Year award on June 24 at the group’s annual symposium and convention in Des Moines, Iowa. This national award is given each year to a producer to recognize their dedication to improving the beef industry in terms […]

The price of chicken, beef and pork continues to rise in Yucatan – The Yucatan Times

[ad_1] Yucatan meat producers are asking the authorities for support in the current crisis. Photo: (Yucatán à la mano) Mérida, Yucatán, (June 26, 2021) .- Yucatán’s agricultural sector, which includes beef, turkey, chicken and pork producers, reported economic effects on Wednesday June 23 due to increased input costs like corn, chicken, molasses and soybeans, among […]

Livestock markets have been shattered and major meat producers are achieving 20 times above normal margins as beef prices skyrocket

[ad_1] John P. Kelly / Getty Images Soaring beef prices are making big meat packers fat and happy as small players clean up leftovers, according to a New York Times article published this week. As restaurants have reopened and the grilling season in the United States is underway, demand has shaken up livestock markets. Futures […]

Montcalm County Fair Cattle Auction Returns A Success Despite Bad Weather

MONTCALM TOWNSHIP – With the roof of the auction barn protecting from the rain, it was as usual at the Montcalm County Fair Cattle Auction Thursday afternoon. One by one, the exhibitors stepped into the ring and presented their animals, selling them to buyers who rewarded them for their hard work over the past year. […]

Labor and food shortages in the supply chain are wreaking havoc in restaurants

[ad_1] [Stay on top of transportation news: Get TTNews in your inbox.] For many restaurateurs across Connecticut, daily food deliveries have become irregular, later than usual, and sometimes canceled at the last minute. This puts stress on their reduced staff, leads to higher prices and sometimes sudden menu item deletions. The problem is a staff […]

Cattlemen’s Heritage to build $ 325 million factory near Council Bluffs

[ad_1] A newly formed Iowa company on Friday announced plans to build a $ 325 million beef processing plant in southwest Iowa that will employ 750 people when it begins operating at the end of 2023. Cattlemen’s Heritage, an investor-owned company led by Chad Tentinger, plans to build a meat packing plant about five miles […]

Irish farmers say Brussels CAP deal is ‘potentially disastrous’

[ad_1] Irish farm organizations have condemned the interim agreement on Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reforms, saying it is “potentially disastrous” for family farms and risks further undermining the viability of thousands of farmers . Irish Farming Association (IFA) President Tim Cullinan said what had been agreed was “a bad deal for Irish farmers”. Speaking in […]

Cattle auction: many favorite things

Ottawa – Twelve months after the slimming event triggered by the national pandemic, the cattle auction at the Putnam County Junior Fair on Thursday was everything veteran fans of the fair have been waiting for… and maybe more. Last year’s fair was vastly different from any other fair before it. The popular cattle auction in […]

Salmon Evolution ASA: Agreement signed for long-term funding of NOK 140 million from Innovation Norway

[ad_1] Salmon Evolution ASA (“Salmon Evolution” or the “Company”, OSE: SALME) means the stock market notice dated April 16, 2021 where the Company announced that it had signed a committed terms sheet (the “Terms and Conditions”) with Nordea and Sparebanken vest (jointly the “Lenders”) for senior secured debt financing of up to NOK 625 million […]

Lake County businesses reopen despite lingering COVID issues – Lake County Record-Bee

[ad_1] LAKE COUNTY – Gov. Gavin Newsom lifted the stay-at-home order and removed the county-level system on June 15. According to his website, the governor said, “California is turning the page on this pandemic, thanks to swift state action and the work of Californians who have followed public health guidelines and been vaccinated to protect […]

Montana Senators Support Meat Wrapping Investigation | state

[ad_1] Belgrade resident and Republican U.S. Senator Steve Daines has called on the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the domestic meat packaging industry for antitrust violations and trade restriction. In this bipartisan complaint, Daines was joined by the other senator from Montana, Democrat Jon Tester. “This investigation started before the last elections,” Daines told […]

Bradley wins 2021 World Cattle Auctioneers Championship | Livestock

Chuck Bradley, of Rockford, Alabama, was named the 2021 Cattle Auctioneer World Champion at the 57th Annual Competition held at the Dickson Regional Livestock Center, Dickson, Tennessee, and presented by Overland Park, Kansas, Livestock Marketing Association. “It was such a surreal moment,” Bradley said. “I was amazed. You go back and look at the other […]

Liberia: government secures US $ 55 million funding agreement

[ad_1] President George M. Weah has submitted to the House of Representatives a US $ 55 million funding agreement for ratification titled “Rural Economic Transformation Project” between the Republic of Liberia and the International Development Association (IDA). The agreement was presented to the House on Tuesday, June 22, 2021, during the House’s regular session on […]

Lincoln County Farm Bureau Rotating Pasture Cattle Farm Tour a Success

[ad_1] About 30 participants enjoyed a farm visit on June 5, along with two beef producers from the region. The tour was sponsored by the Lincoln County Farm Bureau and focused on rotational grazing of grass-fed cattle.Grass is the natural food of cattle. While grass-fed beef takes longer to ripen to market weight, the beef […]

EU to lift ban on feed made from animal remains

Reading time: 2 minutes The ban on feeds made from animal remains has been lifted in the EU, although it was put in place following the BSE (mad cow disease) outbreak for years 90. Moreover, it was lifted to favor European farmers, according to reports. Livestock feed Foods processed into animal protein (PAP) are made […]

Corteva CEO James C. Collins, Jr. to retire at year end

[ad_1] WILMINGTON, Del., June 23, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Corteva, Inc. (NYSE: CTVA) today announced that James (Jim) C. Collins, Jr., Managing Director, will retire from Corteva, effective December 31, 2021, after more than 37 years with the company and its predecessor, DuPont. Mr. Collins has agreed to continue in his role as CEO […]

Roma store sale June 23: prices rise with demand for supplies and feeders

[ad_1] Attached is the Roma Store press report.Image – Meeleebee Downs, Wallumbilla Angus heifers that sold for 248c / kg, peaking at $ 932 for an average of $ 584. Courage 4576 Switch 488 Cattle were sourced primarily from the local sourcing area, but included a large single supplier from the Winton area. Steers made […]

Argentina gradually resumes beef exports

[ad_1] Argentina is the world’s fourth largest beef exporter, with sector revenues vital to the country’s economy. BUENOS AIRES: The Argentine government on Tuesday announced the gradual resumption of beef exports suspended a month ago in an attempt to moderate the surge in prices in the country. Exports have been allowed up to a maximum […]

Beef Prices Rise With ‘Expected Supply Tight’

[ad_1] Beef prices rose this week, with “extremely tight” livestock supplies expected in the coming weeks, according to the Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA). Brendan Golden, chairman of the association’s breeding committee, noted that prices “have gone up another 5 cents / kg this week.” “Steers earn € 4.15 / kg to € 4.25 / kg; […]

Mouse and the importance of vaccinating your livestock

Tahnee Manton, Livestock Manager, Local Land Services Northern Tablelands The mice that are and have been present in the northern highlands for the past few months mean that much of the stored feed has not only been eaten by the mice, but has also likely received some degree of contamination. In addition to causing damage, […]

Grazing family purchases 438,000 hectare ranching station at Miranda Downs in the Gulf of Carpentaria

[ad_1] A leading Australian breeding family have purchased a 438,000 hectare ranching station in the Gulf of Carpentaria at a price that would set a new “benchmark” in the property market. Key points: The Hughes family, based in central Queensland, purchased the 438,000 hectare (over one million acres) Miranda Downs resort The Stanbroke Pastoral Company […]

Al Dahra agricultural group seeks EBRD funding for operations in Romania and Serbia

[ad_1] The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) plans to extend, subject to approval on July 21, two loans totaling 54 million euros companies in the Al Dahra group of companies, a leading global agribusiness player headquartered in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. One of the loans, in the amount of 20 million euros, […]

ND herders continue to sell much of their cattle herds amid drought

[ad_1] RUGBY, ND – Farmers and ranchers across the state have felt the impact of the drought. Many pastoralists have had to contend with the reality of selling some or all of their herds of cattle, leaving places like the Rugby Cattle Auction full of cattle and potential buyers. As the auctioneer reads the prices, […]

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[ad_1] BEST STORIES Meat packaging industry faces overhaul push in Washington U.S. meat packaging industry faces tighter scrutiny in Washington, as lawmakers and regulators push for $ 213 billion industry overhaul over complaints of alleged corporate influence of meat in markets and farmers. The US Department of Agriculture is developing new rules that would change […]

There are drawbacks to the end of in-person pit trading | Agriculture News

[ad_1] The first day of May was a watershed moment for agricultural markets, farmers and ranchers. May 1 marked the end of live trading at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and its subsidiaries, the Chicago Board of Trade, the Kansas City Board of Trade, and the New York Mercantile Exchange. In March 2020, commercial stands were […]

Senate Agriculture Committee to Hold Hearing on Livestock Market Manipulation

[ad_1] FILE PHOTO: U.S. Senator John Thune (RS.D.) speaks during a Senate Subcommittee hearing on Commerce, Science and Transportation on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, U.S. on December 10, 2020. Samuel Corum / Pool via REUTERS / File Photo YANKTON, SD (WNAX) – The Senate Agriculture Committee will hold a hearing Thursday to examine the […]

ICC Provides Livestock to Persecuted Christians in Egypt

06/21/2021 Washington DC (International Christian Concern) – In Egypt, a young Christian named Akl was accused of harassing a young Muslim woman, which led to tensions in the village that affected her entire family. “It was a difficult time,” Akl’s mother said. “People humiliated us after my son was on the roof [and] her cell […]

EBRD to finance two Polish wind farms

[ad_1] Poland is accelerating its transition from fossil fuels with the development, construction and operation of two wind farms thanks to funding from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). The EBRD’s local currency loan of PLN 275 million (equivalent to EUR 60.4 million) finances two separate projects, with a parallel commercial lender, Banco […]