Most common type of large domesticated ungulate
On this episode of the Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast w/ Nick Cattles, Greg and Nick discuss their NFL power rankings and where the Patriots fit in. The Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast w/ Nick Cattles is brought to you by BetOnline. Go to BetOnline.ag and use Promo Code: CLNS50 for a 50% Welcome Bonus On Your First Deposit! Check us out over at www.bostonsportsjournal.com, for 39.99 on our annual plan. Not only do you get top-notch analysis of all the Boston pro sports, but if you're a Patriots junkie — and if you're listening to this podcast, you are — then a membership at BSJ gives you access to a ton of video analysis Bedard does on the coaches film, and direct access to him in weekly chats. TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Where do the Patriots rank? 4:30 Bedard's Top 5 21:12 Bedard's #1 Team in the NFL 31:40 Celtics in Cattle's Corner 42:25 Bruins Talk Cattle's Corner 47:43 BSJ Member Question: Why not question Bills loss of Brian Daboll but mention the Patriots' loss of Josh McDaniels?
Another round of heavy fund selling — tied to recessionary fears — held sway in commodity markets Tuesday. Corn futures closed mostly 24¢ to 29¢ lower. Soybean futures closed 70¢ to 79¢ lower through Aug ‘23 and then mostly 55¢ to 60¢ lower. Both were also pressured by favorable weather. Cattle futures were caught [...]
Texas has the worst rated crops in the nation. Some of what is taking place in Amarillo could affect the rural areas of the Texas High Plains. There are drawbacks to grand ranch entrances and poorly placed land improvements. Hot and dry weather is taking a toll on agriculture in East Texas. New federal duck stamps are on sale now. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
The National Corn Growers Association and National Cattlemen's Beef Association are committed partners on education and conservation. Cattle feed is one of the largest uses of corn byproducts, and like U.S. cattle producers, corn growers prioritize caring for the land and reducing their footprint. Hear from Troy Schneider, cattle rancher and farmer, and NCBA President Don Schiefelbein to hear the unique advantages of the corn and cattle combination.
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Futures holding strong; cash slightly higher; boxed beef slightly lower.
Heat index crisis. 10,000 cattle dead. A lot of questions. Claims of conspiracy. Disgust. Physical exhaustion. Emotionally drained. All of these describe what happened in early June in southwest Kansas. DVM Tera Barnhardt explains how cattle overheated in a rare event in Kansas. This veterinarian offers the "boots on the ground" perspective on what happened in June 2022 that resulted in the deaths of thousands of beef cattle. A mom of three, Tera has firsthand knowledge of the farms and people impacted by the unusual combination of high humidity, high heat, and very little wind. Listen in to better understand how this sudden heat index crisis physical impact on a 1500 beef steer. She also addresses how difficult these crises are on the people of agriculture. Watching cattle die and having to move them is physically and emotionally exhausting. This weather incident had an impact far beyond the cattle and Tera provides context on what it looks like in southwest Kansas.
Information and registration for the 2022 MN Cattlemen's Summer TourDon't miss Bradley's Organic Field Day on August 9, 2022 - More information coming soon!Questions, comments, scathing rebuttals? -> email@example.com or call 612-624-3610 and leave us a message!Twitter -> @UMNmoosroom and @UMNFarmSafetyFacebook -> @UMNDairyYouTube -> UMN Beef and Dairy and UMN Farm Safety and HealthInstagram -> @UMNWCROCDairyExtension Website
Weaker grain futures and strong country trade helped Feeder Cattle futures take another step higher Friday. Feeder Cattle futures closed an average of $1.57 higher, while Live Cattle futures closed an average of $1.14 higher (55¢ to $2.62 higher). Grain and Soybean futures were down again on extended fund liquidation and plummeting open interest. [...]
The large proportion of agricultural land (the majority) allocated for grazing of farmed animals doesn't equate to a large amount of nutrients/calories produced and is thus a misuse of land that could be re-wilded or used to grow nutrient dense crops. Host Carrie Freeman interviews Dr. Jennifer Molidor, Senior Food Campaigner at the Center for Biological Diversity to discuss how we can move toward more sustainable agriculture that allows for less grazing and feed crops, and more precious space designated to wildlife thriving and forests regenerating. This more efficient and smart use of land for organic plant based ag can increase food production necessary to nutritiously feed a growing human population. She discusses the https://grazingfacts.com/ website and its section on land use issues https://grazingfacts.com/land-use (see land map there) as well as how governments can help us make this sustainable agriculture transition that is needed. In Tune to Nature is a weekly show airing on Wednesdays from 6:30-7pm EST on Atlanta indie station WRFG (Radio Free Georgia) 89.3FM hosted by Carrie Freeman, Sonia Swartz, or Melody Paris. Please consider donating to support this 50 year old independent progressive media station at www.wrfg.org Take care of yourself and others, including other species.
Grain markets were the story on Thursday as Corn and Soybean futures tumbled, likely having more to do with quarter-end fund liquidation than the latest USDA Grain Stocks and Acreage reports, which were likely regarded as neutral overall. On Thursday, Corn futures closed 24¢ to 35¢ lower through new-crop contracts and then mostly 11¢ [...]
7-1-22 • Mass selloff in the grains • Very little carryout in the grains • Cattle is it end of month new month positioning • Dryness in the plains does that bring feeders to town earlier? • North stronger than the south • Spillover support? • Drought monitor
The U.S. Department of Agriculture released the much-anticipated planted acreage report this week, and the numbers show we've got a bit more corn than we were expecting. More dairy-cross calves are making their way to panhandle feed yards. The National Weather Service is calling for more hot and dry weather in July. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
Weaker corn stokes bullish feeder sentiment.
With guest Jacquelyne Leffler, Leffler Farms and Leffler Prime Performance Clint meets with a Jacquelyne of all trades, a Kansas farmer who raises cattle and grows wheat, corn, and soybeans. Jacquelyne discusses the challenges and benefits of introducing digital solutions as a fourth generation farmer and the tumultuous 2022 planting season. Tune in to get the scoop from the star of A Farmer's Journey Season 2.
On this episode, Chris Bliley of Growth Energy and Paul Winters of the Clean Fuels Alliance discuss the current state of the biofuels industry as the nation grapples with high fuel prices and as the industry positions for the next farm bill. We hear about the benefits of crop insurance from farmers represented by National Crop Insurance Services and Ethan Lane of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association talks about cattle producers' concerns about the federal government's role under the proposed Cattle Price Discovery and Transparency Act of 2022. We also hear about the strength of U.S. beef in Taiwan from the U.S. Meat Export Federation in this week's Meat Monitor Segment. Jesse Allen and StoneX's Arlen Suderman discuss the latest USDA quarterly acreage and grain stocks reports and Ray Bohacz talks center pivot engine maintenance in “Bushels and Cents.” The episode also features Oklahoma Americana and traditional country music artist Matt Moran.
The 2022 Texas sorghum harvest is underway. What opportunities will farmers receive from the new hemp processing plant coming to Dumas? Cars traveling Texas highways have the potential to start a wildfire that could burn more Texas farm and ranchland. The hot dry conditions across Texas increase problems with grasshoppers. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
Futures, cash and boxed beef all lower.
Negotiated cash fed cattle trade was light to moderate on moderate demand in Nebraska and the Southern Plains through Wednesday afternoon, according to the Agricultural Marketing Service. Live prices were steady in the Texas Panhandle at $138/cwt, steady to $1 higher in Kansas at $138 and steady to $3 higher in Nebraska at $145-$151. [...]
The nation's first bale of cotton is harvested and ginned in the Rio Grande Valley. Plans are still moving forward for a Hemp processing plant in Dumas. Wildfires have burned hundreds of thousands of acres of Texas farm and ranchland this year. Vegetable gardening in Texas is a real challenge this year. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
More choppy price action; markets wait for Thursday's stocks/plantings report.
Cattle News Central June 29 headlines: SCOTUS refuses to hear RCALF's checkoff appeal. NCBA's Colin Woodall believes the cattle industry needs to stand up to RCALF and insists these attacks on the checkoff must end. On average over recent years NCBA has received approximately $27 million in checkoff funds, and additional funds from the Federation of State Beef Councils. Thieves make off with three semi-trailers full of beef in Grand Island, NE. Sponsored by Circle 5 School for Cattleman, AgRisk Advisors, & 4 T Ag Insurance. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/burnindaylight/message
There are a lot of details in cattle nutrition, and it's ok to admit you can't explain all of them, even if you understand the general concept. If someone asked you about dry matter intake, could you explain it? How about the differences between concentrations and amounts? Nutritionist Dusty Abney sat down with Kasey to dig into the details of cattle nutrition and make sure you're asking the right questions. Subscribe to the print Angus Beef Bulletin and the digital Angus Beef Bulletin EXTRA.Read more about this topic, check out "Questions You Should Ask More Often." Contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cattle futures closed lower Tuesday, basically giving back what was gained the previous session as Corn futures gained and cash fed cattle prices for the week remained unestablished. Feeder Cattle futures closed an average of $1.42 lower (77¢ lower at the back to $2.30 lower in spot Aug). Live Cattle futures an average of [...]
There is a record number of cattle in feedlots right now. A lot of recovery work is still ahead for the tornado damaged AgriLife facility in Vernon. Urban food bloggers are learning more about the food and fiber production system in Texas. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
Futures continue to move sideways; boxed beef higher; longer term outlook.
Feeder Cattle futures rallied back Monday, closing an average of $1.63 higher (65¢ higher at the back to $2.20 higher). They recovered the previous session's losses, helped along by lower Corn futures and carried Live Cattle along. Live Cattle futures an average of an average of 47¢ higher, also helped by higher wholesale values. [...]
Cattle News Central June 27 headlines: Senate Ag Committee advances cattle market reform bills to the full senate. Familiar congressional face works to lobby against cattle price discovery bill. Despite the cattle price discovery bill gaining ground, NCBA will continue to share their opinion on Capital Hill and work to educate lawmakers. House Committee votes to ban the sale of U.S. farmland to Russia, China, North Korea and Iran. Sponsored by AgRisk Advisors, Circle 5 School for Cattleman, & 4 T Ag Insurance. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/burnindaylight/message
Futures choppy; cash steady/higher; cattle-on-feed recap.
What does a modern cattle ranch look like — in 2022, amid a decades-long drought? Colorado Sun reporter Jennifer Brown offers a look at a newer model that prioritizes diversifying the ways ranches can make a buck rather than relying solely on the unpredictable commodity price of beef. Brown talks with her colleague Chris Outcalt about her experience visiting a few ranches that are using this new model and what the prospects for this type of setup might be in the future. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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