Livestock

Marshall authors S.A.L.E. Act to protect livestock producers and sale barns

Congressman Roger Marshall has introduced the bipartisan Securing All Livestock Equitably (S.A.L.E.) Act, which will offer protections to sale barns and livestock producers from the recurring trend of defaults of livestock dealers

USDA decides not to move forward with proposed rules from GIPSA

The Trump administration has announced it will withdraw regulations related to the buying and selling of livestock, a move strongly commended by the National Pork Producers Council, which opposed the Obama-era rules.

Kansas State University hires sheep and meat goat specialist

Alison Crane has been hired as assistant professor and extension sheep and meat goat specialist for the Kansas State University Department of Animal Sciences and Industry. Crane will join the ASI faculty on October 23rd.

September meetings provide opportunities to beef cattle ranchers

Kansas producers looking to add value to their beef cattle herds are finding success in the Sunflower Supreme program. A trio of meetings on Sept. 12 will provide ranchers with all the information they need to meet the Oct. 1 enrollment deadline.

Dairy Producers Can Enroll for 2018 Coverage

USDA has announced that starting Sept.1st dairy producers can enroll for 2018 coverage in the Margin Protection Program. Secretary Perdue has provided dairy producers the option of opting out of the program for 2018.

Heifer Considerations in today's market

UNL Extension Educator Aaron Burger discusses considerations when contemplating whether to replace or sell your heifers. He also previews the "State of Beef" Conference.

Put Ag View on your website with our free widgets or by affiliating with agview.net or Ag View Radio. Easily import ag news and information.

Affiliates of the Ag View Network are allowed to use and redistribute content in accordance with our Affiliate Usage Policy