Rising meat prices, declining stocks due to supply chain issues, drought, etc.

Charley Bogwill sees higher prices for much of the food he and his family bring to their Iowa State University football hatchbacks: the chest. The brats. And especially the bacon. “We buy a lot of bacon, and it has gone up by at least a dollar a pound” in recent months, said Bogwill, a former […]

Texas honey production drops slightly | Land and Cattle Post

Honey production in Texas was lower than last year, but interest in beekeeping continues to grow. Laura McKenzie, Texas A&M AgriLife ADAM RUSSELL Texas A&M AgrifLife Texas honey production declined slightly, along with the number of bee colonies, in 2021, according to an expert from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. Molly Keck, AgriLife Extension entomologist […]

Cattle dressings testify to booming business

TIRUCHI Samayapuram and Thayanur cattle sheds near here witnessed a rapid sale of sheep and goats on Saturday ahead of the Deepavali festival. To take advantage of the demand that usually rises before Deepavali, farmers from Lalgudi, Mannachanallur, Pullambadi, Musiri, Thottiam, Perambalur, Thuraiyur and other areas brought sheep and goats to the shed in Samayapuram. […]

This week in the food industry, October 30, 2021

Jacqueline Holland, Farm Futures, joins Mike and Max to talk about fertilizer prices, what’s impacting them and what to expect. Jerry Gulke, The Gulke Group, is in the studio to talk about markets including exports, ethanol demand, the Brazilian soybean crop, inflation, the impact of biofuels, and fuel prices. soybean oil, etc. Corn head technology […]

Experts discuss transition diets and calf performance – Wyoming Livestock Roundup

In a recent podcast from the Beef Cattle Institute (BCI) at Kansas State University (KSU), veterinarians and nutritionists highlight several considerations growers should take into account when focusing on transition diets and improving performance of weaned calves. Phillip Lancaster, Bob Larson and Brad White, all teachers at BCI, as well as Hubbard Feeds nutritionist Twig […]

USDA Announces More Than $ 243 Million In Grants To Strengthen Specialty Crop Industry

WASHINGTON – The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced an investment of more than $ 243 million in grants to support specialty crops including fruits, vegetables, nuts and nursery crops through two USDA programs – the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program and the Specialty Crop Research Initiative Grants Program. The USDA is investing […]

How will 2021’s supply chain issues impact your tri-state grocery prices – NBC New York

In supermarkets across the tri-state, sticker shock has become all too common lately. As problems with the supply chain continue, shoppers are likely to continue to see higher bills at grocery store checkouts for the foreseeable future. Some foods have already seen a significant price increase compared to last year. Chicken breast now costs almost […]

Climate change is already hitting African cattle. Here’s how COP26 can help you

It is a common scene in rural areas of many African countries: cows grazing peacefully. But, by 2050, heat stress induced by climate change could dramatically alter this familiar picture. New findings from the International Livestock Research Institute show that, unless massive adaptation measures are put in place, the number of extreme heat episodes caused […]

IEEFA Study, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

New Delhi: Innovative financing can help India meet its renewable energy targets, according to a study by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). For India to meet its renewable energy targets, companies in the sector will need to finance their capacity expansion with massive capital at competitive rates, IEEFA said in a […]

Cows are always good value for money – if you can find them.

The domestic cow price hit a new weekly high a fortnight ago, averaging 661.1 / kg carcass weight, and ended last week up 19% year-on-year, to 657 ¢ / kg. And it is not just the demand for cows on the sales yards that is driving the market, with the national average cow price above […]

Livestock Feeding Systems Market Size To Increase USD 2.32 Billion | Increase in the cattle population on farms to stimulate growth

The market is fragmented and the degree of fragmentation will accelerate during the forecast period. Afimilk Ltd., AGCO Corp., BouMatic, Cargill Inc., CTB Inc., Dairymaster, DeLaval International AB, Fullwood Ltd., GEA Group AG and Lely International NV are some of the major players in the market. Although the growing population of cattle on farms will […]

DeHaat raises $ 115 million in biggest agritech funding round in India – TechCrunch

DeHaat, an online platform that provides comprehensive agricultural services to farmers in India, has raised $ 115 million in what is the largest funding round for an agrotech start-up in India, where agricultural products bring in the highest returns. two-thirds of the country’s $ 1 trillion in annual retail spending. Sofina and Lightrock co-led the […]

Great prices for cattle in Newtownstewart

Price of the bull and the bull; M Flanagan, New Buildings 640kgs £ 1470, 615kgs £ 1330, 560kgs £ 1300, 635kgs £ 1290, 590kgs £ 1285; R McCre, Ballymagorry 720kgs £ 1455, 655kgs £ 1325, 625kgs £ 1290; JV Arthur, Douglas Bridge 625kgs £ 1410, 665kgs £ 1380, 635kgs £ 1370 and £ 1330, 620kgs […]

Australian NFF retaliates against ‘anti-livestock agenda’ ahead of COP26

New Australian NFF retaliates against ‘anti-livestock agenda’ ahead of COP26 October 26, 2021 The president of the National Farmers Federation, Fiona Simson, is fighting back against the “anti-livestock agenda” in the context of the upcoming United Nations Climate Conference in Glasgow. The prosperous future of farmers and regional Australia depends on the proper definition of […]

Spanish company to invest $ 200 million in first US offshore wind turbine blade manufacturing plant in Portsmouth | Economic news

Bob Blue, Chairman, President and CEO of Dominion Energy, who was in attendance for the announcement, said it was “great to see clean, well-paying jobs in the energy field in the world. horizon as an offshore wind supply chain grows here in Virginia. Monday’s announcement came the same day the Virginia State Corporation Commission began […]

Ethically Raised Beef Offered On The Kamloops Area Farm

In this undated photo, Canadian Speckle Park cattle are seen grazing on a farm in Heffley Creek, near Kamloops. Image Credit: SUBMITTED / Yasi Edwards Kamloops residents or vacationers to Sun Peaks Resort can now purchase ethically grown, hand-raised beef at market competitive prices. Beyond Veganfoods, a 150-acre farm in Heffley Creek, has added beef […]

“Factories want cattle, but not big numbers right now”

While the message from factory agents over the weekend on pricing was one of ‘like you were’, the reality is that factory bosses have tightened the reins on how much leeway they are. are ready to give their agents on prices during negotiations. He saw most consolidate their offers around 4.15 € / kg for […]

Light Cattle Raising Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States, – The Light Livestock Growth Market The report focuses on economic developments and consumer spending trends in different countries for the forecast period 2021 to 2028. The research further reveals which countries and regions will have a better reputation in the coming years. Apart from this, the study talks about the […]

Montenegro MP to demand investigation into Enemalta wind farm deal

A Montenegrin MP is preparing to call for a parliamentary inquiry into a controversial Enemalta wind farm project in the Balkan state. According to Montenegrin media, Deputy Speaker Branka BoÅ¡njak recently met with the family of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia and pledged to demand an investigation into the controversial deal. The Montenegro wind farm […]

A Portland-area grocer is suing the Redmond beef producer for $ 2.7 million over an outbreak of E. coli

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – New Seasons Market has filed a $ 2.7 million lawsuit against a Redmond beef producer, accusing the company of negligence for delivering beef contaminated with E. coli in 2019, records show judicial. Several people were sickened by the bacteria, prompting a large recall, The Oregonian / OregonLive reported. The lawsuit, filed […]

After a turbulent year for the beef markets, there is optimism | Agriculture

Anyone who has walked through a Whataburger or bought a steak in the past year and a half has probably noticed that beef prices are booming. Sadly, breeders did not share those profits, said Dr David Anderson, professor and livestock economist at Texas A&M University. “As soon as all the packing plant closures happened, we […]

BUSINESS WOMEN: Local women share tips for success | Firm-farm

NOTNational Women’s Small Business Month is an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of women across the country, but also to support the women who make up the Tahlequah community. Women lead the charge in all aspects of the local business community. Some have faced more obstacles than others, but no proverbial glass ceiling could stop […]

NI October 2021 Beef Prices: Quotes On The Rise Again

NI Beef Prices October 2021 According to the Livestock and Meat Commission (LMC), the beef trade has improved in Northern Ireland this week. In his weekly market update, he reported that professors were paying 386 to 394 pence / kg for premium cattle that meet U-3 specifications with similar quotes expected early next week. On […]

Bill Fitzpatrick would lower prescription drug prices for children

US Representative Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) recently introduced the bipartisan Fair Price Medicine for Children Act to reduce prescription drug costs for families. If enacted, HR 5576, which Rep. Fitzpatrick co-sponsored with the bill’s sponsor, U.S. Rep. Susan Wild (D-PA), would give states the ability to expand the Medicaid drug reimbursement program. to the Children’s Health […]

Livestock Transparency – AG WESTERN INFORMATION NETWORK

Livestock transparency I am Bob Larson. The House agriculture committee is bringing forward several bills, including one aimed at strengthening the transparency of livestock contracts. The bipartisan, industry-backed Cattle Contract Library Act is expected to enhance contract transparency and producer influence in negotiations with packers, a major concern in the highly concentrated industry. Georgia Republican […]

The Most Affordable Departure Homes in Fredericksburg | Local News

*** AUCTION *** List price is STARTING AUCTION only. Price to be determined during live auction on Thursday, November 4, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. EDT. The commission is subordinate and will only be paid if the broker entry form is received by the auction company no later than 5:00 pm on Wednesday, November 3, 2021. […]

R-CALF USA Withholds Approval of Contract Libraries Bill

R-CALF USA says it would be the only national cattle group that has yet to approve the “Cattle Contract Library Act of 2021” (HR5609) presented yesterday (October 20, 2021) to Congress by Representative Dusty Johnson ( RS.D.), Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) and 16 other members of the House. The Contract Libraries Bill requires beef packers to […]

High farm income, except for cattle

High commodity prices have supported farm incomes and kept the U.S. farm economy strong through this fall, said the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank Wednesday. “Prices for most major crops hit multi-year highs ahead of the fall harvest and supported the outlook for farm income,” wrote economists Nathan Kauffman and Ty Kreitman. “The weakness of […]

Farmers and ranchers could have more time to replace livestock

Idaho (KMVT / KSVT) – Farmers and ranchers who have been forced to sell their livestock due to drought may have more time to replace livestock and defer Idaho tax on any gain from sales forced. The deferral is based on the following guidelines set by the IRS: The farmer or rancher must be in […]

Corrupt pricing by packers putting ranchers out of business | Chroniclers

JEANIE ALDERSON As Americans try to feed their families on a budget, many have surely noticed the high price of beef in grocery stores. However, most buyers probably don’t see the challenges faced by families who have worked hard for generations to raise the best beef in the world. These high beef prices mask the […]

Cattle Prices Remain Volatile, With Some Opportunities | Interests

Livestock markets have seen a lot of variation in recent weeks, and University of Tennessee economist Andrew Griffith says they’re trying to process a variety of information. He says cattle producers don’t have to worry, but instead should focus on the opportunities that come with the ups and downs. “Livestock markets seem to be locked […]

Agricultural assistance is offered | Regional news

Livestock and poultry producers who suffered losses during the pandemic due to insufficient access to processing can apply for assistance for these losses and the cost of depopulating and disposing of animals through the program. USDA Pandemic Livestock Compensation (PLIP). The announcement is part of USDA’s pandemic assistance initiative for growers. Livestock and poultry producers […]

Gates Foundation: leaders must invest in agricultural innovation

Rural livelihoods around the world are already facing the devastating consequences of rising temperatures – changing rainfall is reducing crop yields and even leading to poor harvests. In sub-Saharan Africa, where agriculture accounts for more than half of jobs, drastic changes in farming practices need to be made to help farmers adapt to the rapidly […]

Factory quotes remain valid as Christmas beef death looms

Factory quotes remain valid as Christmas beef death looms October 19, 2021, 6:00 a.m. Factory prices are in a stable position for this week, with livestock prices generally holding the same levels as last week overall. The Christmas killings are set to begin soon, as orders increase and shoppers fill refrigerators with beef to prepare […]

U.S. farmer confidence declines in September as inflation fears rise

New U.S. farmer confidence declines in September as inflation fears rise October 19, 2021 The Perdue University Farm Economics Barometer shows weaker sentiment among U.S. farmers for September 2021, recording its lowest reading since July 2020. Sentiment among agricultural producers weakened in September as the Agricultural economy barometer fell 14 points to 124. This is […]

Avivagen secures large order for OxC-beta ™ cattle in Asia

OTTAWA, Ontario, October 18, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Avivagen Inc. (TSXV: VIV, OTCQB: VIVXF) (“Avivagen”), a life science company focused on the development and commercialization of products for livestock, companion animals and human applications that safely improve food intake and support immune function, thereby supporting overall health and performance, is pleased to announce the signing […]

The Nature Conservancy: Ademola Ajagbe joins The Nature Conservancy as Regional Managing Director, Africa

October 15, 2021 Mr. Ajagbe brings 20 years of conservation experience across Africa. He has worked at the intersection of the environment and development sectors to deliver solutions that benefit people and nature. In this new role, Mr. Ajagbe will lead TNC’s efforts to execute strategies in Africa to address some of the planet’s greatest […]

Beef prices: “Signs of increased optimism on factory quotes”

Beef prices: “Signs of increased optimism on factory quotes” October 17, 2021, 1:00 p.m. There are signs of further optimism regarding the price of beef paid by Irish meat factories, according to Bord Bia’s weekly livestock trade and prices update. Market demand remains strong for most cuts of beef carcasses and demand is expected to […]

Gushegu Cattle Market Inauguration – Graphic Online

Mr. Hardi Tuferu (2nd from right), Deputy Minister of Food and Agriculture in charge of livestock, cutting the ribbon for the inauguration of the market • Insert: entrance to the Gushegu livestock market The livestock market to improve livestock mobility and trade in the Eastern Corridor area of ​​the North region and throughout the West […]

Ending hunger sustainably – CGTN

Maize plants are seen at a drought-affected farm near the city of Tecoluca, El Salvador, July 25, 2018. / VCG Maize plants are seen at a drought-affected farm near the city of Tecoluca, El Salvador, July 25, 2018. / VCG Editor’s Note: Maximo Torero is Chief Economist of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the […]

Ranchers launch effort to build their own meat factories to tackle low beef prices

Like other ranchers across the country, Rusty Kemp complained for years about the very low prices paid for the cattle he raised in central Nebraska, even as the cost of beef in grocery stores kept climbing. to climb up. He and his neighbors blamed it on the consolidation of the beef industry dating back to […]

Unhappy with prices, ranchers seek to build their own meat factories

DES MOINES, Iowa – Like other ranchers across the country, Rusty Kemp has complained for years about the very low prices paid for the cattle he raised in central Nebraska, even as the cost of beef in grocery stores continued to climb. He and his neighbors blamed it on the consolidation of the beef industry […]

ACON Investments Forms New North American Sustainable Seafood Platform with Concurrent Acquisitions of Three Leading Seafood Companies

WASHINGTON, October 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – ACON Investments, LLC and its affiliates (“ACON“) today announced the formation of a new North American sustainable seafood platform created by the concurrent acquisitions and merger of Northern Wind Inc. (“North wind“), Suncoast Seafood Inc. (“Suncoast“), and Raymond O’Neill & Son Fisheries Ltd. (“ROSF“), to create Atlantic […]

Mixed BREEDING-CME livestock futures contracts; pigs stand up on a short blanket

By PJ Stuttering CHICAGO, October 15 (Reuters) – Chicago Mercantile Exchange feeder cattle futures fell on Friday, under pressure from rising corn prices, while live cattle futures edged higher, with traders expecting see spot trading improving, traders said. Meanwhile, lean pork futures rose on short cover ahead of the weekend. The cattle market has been […]

Food shortage prompts Kazakh farmers to sell their livestock

Kazakh governments banned animal feed exports and introduced ceilings on grain exports on August 15. However, the price of most feed has risen sharply in most areas in recent months, putting thousands of farmers on the brink of collapse. Lucerne has doubled in price, while the price of straw has tripled. We earn our living […]

Lehigh Valley farms among 21 covering nearly 2,000 acres preserved through the Pa program.

Pennsylvania announced Thursday that it has protected an additional 1,999 acres on 21 farms in 13 counties through the state’s farmland preservation program. Since 1988, the program has purchased permanent conservation easements on 5,949 farms in Pennsylvania, covering 603,646 acres in 58 counties, ensuring they will remain farms in the future, according to a press […]

New study suggests EU green deal could have uncertain impacts on farmers’ net income

The European Commission has launched an ambitious Green Deal roadmap aimed at making agriculture more environmentally sustainable, respectful of nature and contributing to the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions. A likely consequence, however, is that farm incomes can be seriously affected. Depending on market conditions (expected increases in product prices) and the costs of the […]

From beef bowls to coffee, soaring costs are slashing Japan’s pay staples

TOKYO, October 14 (Reuters) – In 50 years running a coffee shop in Tokyo, Shizuo Mori can’t remember a time when his coffee supplies were so expensive. The 78-year-old owner of Heckeln, an old-fashioned cafe in Tokyo’s Toranomon business district, says the wholesale price of his main product has jumped 5% in the past three […]

People recalled that fireworks cause “significant distress” to livestock

People are reminded of the dangers of fireworks and the “significant stress” they cause to livestock. ISPCA Chief Inspector Conor Dowling said Halloween can be a “scary and dangerous” time for animals due to the use of illegal fireworks. They have a significant impact on pets, livestock and other animals “given their heightened senses of […]

The funding of the food ombudsman “must be a stepping stone towards a more powerful regulator”

Food Ombudsman funding “must be used as a stepping stone to give the office the powers of a regulator, which depend on additional legislation,” said the president of the Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association (ICSA), Dermot Kelleher. 4 million euros were allocated in yesterday’s budget for the complete creation of the food ombudsman. Creation […]

No Cattle, Profit Squeeze for Importers to Ground Living-Ex Ships from the North | Queensland Country Life

THE trade in live cattle to key markets of Indonesia and Vietnam has now effectively been put on hold, with exporters reporting that the shutdown of appropriate Nordic feeders has been exhausted. At the same time, pandemic restrictions in the market are crushing demand. Cattle ships serving the northern trade are nearing a halt, with […]

Selling price of sheep and cattle at Dingwall Mart today

DINGWALL and Highland Marts Ltd today sold 16 premium cattle. Top notch oxen (1) averaged 246 pence (+11 pence) and sold for 246 pence per kg and £ 1,488.30 gross for a 605 kg Limousin cross of Groam, Kirkhill sold to Messrs. John M Munro Ltd, Dingwall. Prime heifers (15) averaged 241.9 pence (-4.6 pence) […]

Devon Livestock Initiative launched to tackle sheep theft

A new awareness campaign is launched to encourage residents and visitors to the countryside to tackle rural crime and cattle rustling in Devon. Leading rural insurer NFU Mutual is teaming up with Devon and Cornwall Police to fund the Devon Livestock Initiative, in response to regular thefts of sheep in remote areas such as Dartmoor. […]

250 investors deplore the collapse of the N20 billion agro-industrial program promoted by Nollywood actors

Posted 12 October 2021 More than 250 investors may have lost their savings after the collapse of a business program run by an agricultural company, Eatrich Farms and Food Limited, in Lagos State. They expressed concern over their unpaid dividends and capital and the demise of company founder Sam Afolabi. Investors, who noted that the […]

LIVESTOCK-CME Pork Futures Slip Technical Trading; mixed term cattle

By PJ Stuttering CHICAGO, October 11 (Reuters) – Chicago Mercantile Exchange cattle futures ended mixed on Monday, as cattle prices started to experience a seasonal rebound and cash cattle traders are expected to strengthen slightly this week, said traders. CME lean pork futures, meanwhile, slipped on technical trading and some signs of profit taking, traders […]

Market concentration, market power and pricing

MILWAUKEE (PRWEB) October 11, 2021 In 2019, feeder producers and beef buyers filed antitrust class actions against the country’s four largest beef packers: Tyson Foods, JBS USA, Cargill and National Beef Packing Company. The complainants alleged that these companies engaged in an illegal conspiracy to reduce the prices of feeder cattle and increase the wholesale […]

Seaweed Company Shuts Down on Commercial Feeds to Reduce Livestock Emissions | North Queensland Registry

SUPPORTED: Sam Elsom, CEO of Sea Forest, at work. The company is the world’s leading commercial producer of dietary supplements based on Asparagopsis algae, which reduce methane emissions from livestock. The red meat industry’s bold ambition to be carbon neutral by 2030 is advancing, with great strides towards commercializing food products designed to reduce methane […]

Corporate meat lobby claims they’re the scapegoat when they really are the problem

Recently, in a letter to the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, the North American Meat Institute (NAMI), spokesperson for the meat packaging industry, complained that the Biden administration’s work to fight against concentration in the agricultural industry can not ignore the ‘fundamentals of supply and demand. Let’s look at some facts to counter their claims. In […]

Buyers and sellers diverge, in the online marketplace ‘everywhere’

Among the largest lines sold this week, 111 well-developed PTIC Charolais x Brahman and Brahman heifers 18-30 months old weighing an average of around 430 kg on Tara in South Queensland made 517.8c for four Charbray type decks and 483.1c for the remaining Brahmany types. The heifers were originally purchased during the drought off the […]

Livestock Field Day to be held in North Central Kansas

Plan to attend the Central Kansas Beef Summit on November 3rd. The event will be highlighted by a market outlook from Derrel Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension Cattle Marketer, and a presentation on verifying pregnancy and managing your openings from our own Kansas. State University beef extension specialist Dr Sandy Johnson. The Field Day, held […]

Kimberley Meat Cooperative’s plan to breathe new life into a slaughterhouse in Northwest Washington State

Some of Western Australia’s biggest names in agriculture have lent their support to a new meat cooperative, in hopes this will lead to the reopening of the Northwest’s only slaughterhouse earlier this year. next. Key points: Owners of a dormant slaughterhouse in the northwest hope to restructure their property into a cooperative Spudshed owner Tony […]

Ag needs president’s help to expand business | Editorial

Often times we residents of rural America feel ignored and underestimated by national politicians, but it’s their fault. They forget that the “flyover countries” represent a real wealth for our nation. In a letter this week, Nebraska Farm Bureau President Mark McHargue reminded President Joe Biden of this fact. McHargue wrote: “Every dollar of agricultural […]

Some Thoughts – Greenhouse Gas Emissions and the Livestock Cycle

I quit reading The Economist several years ago, but this week a friend sent me an article from this magazine called “Beef with Beef – Treating Beef Like Coal Would Make a Big Cut in the Shows greenhouse gases ”(October 2, 2021). As the headline referred to two industries I have ties to, I read […]

Look at the Data When Making Fertility Selection Decisions Livestock

The most natural ways of selecting herd fertility come to us through our eyes and looking at an animal’s production history, but are we changing our operations and our animals by not looking beyond? phenotype and examining the data that contains the answers to the precision of selection for a given operation? Jared Decker, associate […]

Germany pledges $ 116 million for renewable energy in Africa

gGermany has pledged US $ 116 million to the African Development Bank’s (AfDB) Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) to support private investment in renewable energy in Africa. The funds will be injected into the Fund for Sustainable Energy in Africa (SEFA) which aims to unlock private sector investments that contribute to universal access to […]

Conagra Brands Boosts Sales Forecast After Price Hikes Thrust Results

Tin cans of Chef Boyardee, a product of ConAgra Foods, are seen on the shelf of a grocery store in New York City’s Brooklyn neighborhood on December 16, 2015. REUTERS / Darren Ornitz / File Photo / File Photo Oct. 7 (Reuters) – Conagra Brands Inc (CAG.N) raised its annual forecast for organic net sales […]

Southwest region recorded highest farm operating surplus in 2020

The Southwest region recorded the highest operating surplus in agriculture in 2020, according to figures released by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CSO) today (Thursday, October 7). The South West had a surplus in 2020 of 775.8 million euros, an increase of about 70 million euros compared to 2019. The Mid-West region recorded the second-highest […]

Coastal feral pig population explosion threatens crops, livestock and emus

Wild pigs in the pockets of the north coast of New South Wales are wreaking havoc on farmers as the invasive pest destroys crops, pastures and threatens livestock. Key points: The number of feral pigs ‘exploded’ on Woodford Island Farmers reported success of new bait program The coastal emu population is feared to be threatened […]

OTHER VOICES: Restoring Fairness and Transparency in the Livestock Market | Opinion

World Herald of Omaha Agriculture is Nebraska’s economic engine, and beef production accounts for the largest share of the state’s agricultural value. Nebraska is home to more than 20,000 ranching and feeding establishments, most of them family-owned. The health of many communities across the state depends to a large extent on the health of the […]

Cattle producers are struggling, but beef suppliers are doing very well

FarmMedia Glacier – The good news is that beef prices are extremely high, even in the face of record beef production in North America. “We currently have record wholesale beef prices,” said Brian Perillat, CANFAX director and senior analyst, at the recent (and virtual) Canadian Beef Industry Conference. Unfortunately, livestock prices are simply not responding. […]

Agriculture still needs young people, women on the farms

Society Agriculture still needs young people, women on the farms Thursday 07 October 2021 Small traders peddle cassava in the streets of Kisumu. PHOTO FILE | NMG By EDWARD MUNGAIMore from this author Summary Women provide an average of 40 percent of the labor force required for agricultural production on the African continent. Africa is […]

Livestock facilities, parking among the proposed improvements at the state fair, following a public hearing

The Nebraska State Fair Planning Committee hosted a public commentary listening event on Grand Island this week. They heard ideas from the public on expanding buildings and infrastructure. They received information just in time for the state legislature’s hearing on the US $ 1 billion bailout spending. Bill Ogg is the executive director of the […]

World Bank Envoy: Israeli technology to help build greener future in pandemic recovery

Recovering the developing world from the coronavirus pandemic offers an opportunity for a greener and more sustainable future, and Israeli technology will play a key role in the process, Israel envoy to the World Bank Yovav Gavish said. . Israel’s history of facing environmental challenges and its culture of a creative startup have sparked the […]

You pay more for meat, other groceries as supply issues persist during pandemic

By Patricia Sabatini, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (TNS) If you’ve ever thought about going vegetarian, now might be the perfect time. Grocery store food prices rose across the board during the pandemic as demand increased, and labor shortages and other disruptions added costs to nearly every step of the chain. food supply. Meat and fish prices have […]

Kottayam panchayat’s attempt to cap beef prices turns meat industry red

Beef, often a source of controversy, but the delight of many Malayalee that transcends political and religious differences in Kerala is now making headlines following a District Panchayat’s attempt to cap its price. The Kottayam panchayat wants the price of beef, enjoyed by many in the state, to be set at Rs 320 per kg, […]

Cambridge Village Board and Village Residents Respond to Solar Farm Land Agreement | Cambridge News / Deerfield Independent

Cambridge Village Council and some village residents are pushing back the proposed development of farmland along US Highway 12-18, which would only advance if the village withdraws its opposition to a huge solar farm just to the west. The deal would also rely on the village providing additional tax funding for the proposed development of […]

Update: West Point accident results in power outage and stray cattle

PG&E power outage at West Point after crash Update at 4:25 p.m .: CHP reports that crews are rounding up cattle that escaped from a trailer after a pickup truck crash against a utility pole on Winton Road in the West Point area of ​​Calaveras County. Several cows were injured in the collision where a […]

Farm that lost 8 cows in thunderstorm replaces cattle after wave of support

Shortly after a freak accident killed eight cows at the Fortin family farm last month, a little girl showed up with a $ 5 donation. She told the family that she knew it wasn’t enough to buy a cow, but that she hoped it would help. She wasn’t the only one who wanted to help. […]

Iowa 4-H Youth Showcase Record Numbers of Cattle at Iowa State Fair | New

Many celebrated the return of the Iowa State Fair in 2021 this year, including young people from Iowa 4-H eager to showcase their animals. In total, more than 5,600 4-H entries for animal husbandry and horticulture were on display at the Iowa State Fair. A record number of pigs and goats for slaughter were exhibited […]

October sees the launch of Apricot Finance Mainnet

The all-new loan protocol introduces the next generation of DeFi concepts; cross-margin yield farming NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 5, 2021 / Apricot Finance announced the public launch of its mainnet for this month. Apricot is a next-generation Solana-based lending protocol that provides users with cross-margin farming and programmable liquidation protection. It includes […]

Walmart is facing these 5 shortages right now

Grocers have spoken of all the shortages they see on the shelves right now, and employees are joining them. Taste of the house recently asked his Facebook followers which items are hard to find right now, and thousands of people have commented, many of whom have called Walmart for having several shortages. Employees are also […]

The Changing Face of Beef Exports | Queensland Country Life

The high global demand for red meat, combined with the tight supply of livestock in major producing countries, creates an environment of continued price increases and exceptional opportunities for Australian beef suppliers. At the same time, the pandemic has torn shreds of supply chain logistics that have served the industry well for decades, and exporters […]

Minnesota loosens rules on trucking hours for livestock needs

Due to the ongoing drought, the governor of Minnesota has again signed an emergency ordinance waiving certain regulations on hours of service for truck drivers in order to allow more efficient movement of livestock, feed and goods. water supply for pastoralists. Executive Order 21-32, signed by Governor Tim Walz on Monday, October 4, comes into […]

Higher loan limit now available for USDA guaranteed agricultural loans

WASHINGTON – The United States Department of Agriculture announces that a higher loan limit will be available to borrowers seeking a secured agricultural loan from October 1, 2021, from $ 1.776 million to $ 1.825 million. “Agricultural loans are essential for the family’s annual operating and living expenses, emergency needs and our clients’ cash flow,” […]

Draperstown (O’Kane’s) Mart: Beef steers sold for £ 1,670

The demand for fat sheep and quality stock is increasing with more need to fulfill customer orders. Fat sheep sold for £ 150.00, fat lambs £ 5.11 per kilo Store lambs were a great trade with prices for top quality lambs at £ 107, £ 105 and £ 104.50, £ 103. 25 to 110 pounds, […]

Commission investigates cattle thefts at the Zim-Bot border

By SILAS NKALAThe cross-border theft of stocks prompted Botswana to appoint a commission of inquiry to investigate the escalating problem. The initiative comes at a time when both countries have experienced numerous cases of cattle rustling, which has resulted in the loss of cattle by communal farmers along the border. Botswana Acting President Slumber Tsogwane […]

B&S POWER HOSTS AFRICA SUMMIT ON RENEWABLE ENERGIES IN NIGERIA

… HOSTS PHOTOVOLTAIC SOLAR FARM LAND BREAKAGE CEREMONIES FOR ASHAMA AND OGBOMOSHO PROJECTS NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, October 3, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – B&S POWER HOLDING PTE, a renewable energy company based in Singapore, in partnership with SUNNYFRED GLOBAL and UNICORN WORLD; in collaboration with the FEDERAL MINISTRY OF ENERGY in Nigeria, is about […]

Beef Cattle Do Well for Fall and Winter | New

Beef cattle prices and forage conditions have improved significantly for Texas producers so far in 2021, according to experts at Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. Most Texas cattle ranchers have experienced cooler and wetter than normal summer conditions, but the weather has gotten drier in recent weeks as they prepare for fall and winter. Prices […]

Washington Week Ahead: USTR discusses Chinese policy, Biden agenda is in doubt | 2021-10-03

U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai is expected to deliver a speech Monday on the Biden administration’s approach to U.S.-China trade, an issue that has fallen to the back of the national agenda that the president is struggling to tackle. to pass to Congress. Also on Monday, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will announce details of a […]

Minister Abubakar and livestock processing | The Guardian Nigeria News

Cattle breeding. PHOTO: GOOGLE.COM/RECHERCHE? The new Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr Mahmood Abubakar is understandably ambitious with his pledge to prioritize the controversial National Livestock Transformation Plan (NLTP). The proposed plan can mean the difference between life and death, depending on how it is implemented. But given the general reservation on the sincerity […]

Gordon Ramsay turns heads with this perfect Wellington Post beef

Gordon Ramsay’s Global Restaurant Set is celebrating his signature dish as part of Wellington World Month October 1-31 (via Gordon Ramsay Restaurants). Diners can enjoy a Wellington celebration at Breadstreet kitchens and cafes as well as in the United States at the famous Hell’s Kitchen Gordon Ramsay Steak in Kansas City. Locations around the world, […]

This week in the food industry, October 2, 2021

Greg Soulje joins Mike Pearson in the studio to discuss ongoing drought conditions across the country. Greg gives more details on the drought conditions in each region and how winter weather could possibly contribute to these conditions. Mike Pearson discusses the markets with Naomi Blohm, Total Farm Marketing, diving into the latest USDA market report. […]

Homee raises $ 17 million in Series B-2 funding

Homee, a Tampa, Florida-based technology platform to connect insurers, policyholders and qualified service providers in the claims process, has raised $ 17 million in Series B-2 funding, bringing the total capital raised for its B towers to $ 36 million. The round was led by Morningside with participation from existing investors and insurance industry investors […]

Demand for more meat drives prices to keep rising

FARGO, ND (Valley News Live) – The USDA reports that beef prices rose 0.6% from July to August of this year. This follows a 6 month upward trend in beef prices. “Boneless prime rib, bone-in prime rib, tenderloin, all good cuts of steak jump the fastest,” says Kevin Jenkins, owner of Prime Cut Meats. Despite […]

Muchea store cattle earn $ 3.888 million | Weekly farm

Just when it looked like store cattle prices couldn’t go up, they made it to Muchea on September 24 when Nutrien Livestock recorded a record 3,016 cattle in its fourth special sale on the site since early July. . Following a generally good season where local cattle are just starting to hit their straps and […]

GRANITE FALLS ENERGY, LLC: entering into a material definitive agreement, terminating a material definitive agreement, entering into the acquisition or disposal of assets, creating a direct financial obligation or obligation under ” an off-balance sheet arrangement of a registrant, financial statements and exposures (Form 8-K)

ITEM 1.01. ACCESS TO A MATERIAL DEFINITIVE AGREEMENT At September 27, 2021, Granite Falls Energy, LLC (“GFE”) has finalized the loan documents for an Amended Credit Facility (the “Amended Credit Facility”) with AgCountry Farm Credit Services, PCA, AgCountry Farm Credit Services, FLCA (“AgCountry”). CoBank FCB (“CoBank”) serves as AgCountry’s administrative agent for the Amended Credit […]

Bacon Prices Are At Record Highs And May Not Go Down Anytime Soon | national

(CNN) – Bacon is more expensive for Americans than it has been in the past 40 years. And yes, that takes inflation into account. This craving for pork chops is costing you about 7% more than 12 months ago. The average price of that slice of bacon to go with the Sunday morning spread has […]

Assessment of drought conditions in the West – Farmers and ranchers in country’s driest state are put to the test

Submission from Brittney Money, Director of Communications, Nevada Agricultural Bureau Nevada has never had an abundant water supply. In fact, with an average annual rainfall of just 10 inches, Nevada is the driest state in the United States. Nevada’s diverse landscape ranges from snow-capped mountain peaks to sandy deserts and sagebrush valleys in between. High […]

Deadline for assistance to livestock producers in the event of a prolonged pandemic | KCII Radio

Deadline for assistance to livestock producers in the event of a prolonged pandemic | KCII Radio – The Only One You Can Trust Farmers who suffered losses due to insufficient access to processing facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic still have time to apply for an assistance program from the US Department of Agriculture. The Livestock […]

Perspectives on the Top 6 Agricultural Equipment Manufacturers in

Dublin, 01 Oct 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “Comparative SWOT & Strategy Focus – 2021-2025 – Global Agriculture Equipment Manufacturers – John Deere, CNH Industrial, AGCO, CLAAS, SDF, Kubota Corporation” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Global farm equipment demand and sales performed well in 2020, with net farm income in the United States […]

University of Florida experts give advice on how to keep big cattle

MARIANNA, Fla. (WMBB) – The University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, or IFAS, invites farmers to their beef unit approximately every 18 months to learn how to pull the best use of their cattle. Thursday’s event was the first since March 2019. There are normally 120 participants for Beef / Forage Day, […]