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The Agriculture Department is expecting record production in nearly all livestock categories in 2020
North American Meat Institute (NAMI) President and CEO Julie Anna Potts recently spoke to the amassed members of the National Western Stock Show’s Red Meat Club, about the future that she sees for meat in this country.
Researchers estimate that blackbirds, starlings, corvids and vultures cause billions of dollars in damage to agriculture commodities and livestock facilities
Public scoping meetings scheduled on proposals covering nearly 18,000 permits, leases on 155 million acres
Utah Farm Bureau members Rhett & Beth Crandall's Australian shepherd wins award at American Farm Bureau Convention
A commitment to natural resource conservation as well as food production is the focus of the Deseret Cattle Company in central Florida. Deseret Cattle & Timber is owned by Ag Reserves, an investment affiliate of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The report showed a total inventory of 11.831 million head for the United States on November 1. This year-over-year increase of 1.2% is right in line with analysts’ expectations of an average increase of 1.3% in feedlot inventories.
Utah Department of Agriculture and Food (UDAF) Commissioner Kerry Gibson welcomes Dean Taylor as the agency’s new State Veterinarian.
The Utah Farm Bureau, UDAF, and Utah Cattlemen’s Association are looking to generate additional public interest concerning investigations over the loss of cattle in Utah, Iron, Garfield and Box Elder Counties.
In 2018, Utah producers insured over $81 million in crop value, and almost 60 percent of policies received an indemnity payment