Burt Rutherford

will the cattle market drop?
5 Trending Headlines—Agroterrorism, Antibiotics & A Market Top-Out?
The wholesale market continues its bull surge, but Livestock Market Information Center (LMIC) Director Jim Robb says it looks like the market may start pulling back a bit, reports the Oklahoma Farm Report. Read more about this and other beef headlines here.
6 Trending Headlines—Mixed Market Emotions, Alternative Culling Methods & Pilger Disaster Payments Miscalculated
It’s July and that means summer is fully upon us. But the weather and the market have made the summer of 2014 a remarkable and interesting time. Here is a roundup of headlines to inform and entertain you.
fda antibiotic rule
Trending Headlines: COOL, Climate Change And Cookouts
It may be the week leading up to July 4, but that doesn’t mean the news is cooling off. Here’s a roundup of headlines to interest and entertain you as you prepare to fire up the grill for Independence Day.
Montana cowboy in Russia
Photo Tour: World's Largest Vertically Integrated Cattle Operation 2
An integrated beef cattle operation in Russia is aggressively expanding.
Mike Heely, calf immunity tips
Low-Stress Weaning Helps Boost Calf Immunity 2
When you feed your calves and see the results of your management and genetic decisions further down the marketing chain, it changes your perspective. Here's how Mike Healy hit a home-run with his calf crop this past year.
world cattle facts
Top Headlines | Marketing Options, Pilger Update and Western Water Forecast
The fed and feeder cattle market, ignoring historical norms and every price chart ever constructed, continues to gain tsunami-like momentum as summer officially kicks off. What does that mean for your fall marketing plans?
50 years of beef improvement
10 Beef Improvement Federation Tour Photos
Participants on the 2014 BIF tour saw technology at work in a commercial feedyard, at the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center and GeneSeek.
Commercial Producer of the Year BIF
Kansas, Nebraska Ranches Earn BIF Awards
The Beef Improvement Federation announces its commercial and seedstock award winners.
Top Headlines: Export News, Pasture Burning And ATV Safety
The U.S. cattle industry received some very positive news this week when Hong Kong announced it would fully reopen to U.S. beef. For more on the export front, as well as a roundup of more news that made headlines this week, check out BEEF’s Top Headlines.
“I look at the cow-calf business and I think, ‘who’s going to do this?’”
The Industry’s Future Is Positive But Partly Cloudy
It is, at best, a murky proposition, trying to peer into the industry’s future.
Pasture to Plate tour
2014 Pasture To Plate Tour
A recent tour for chefs and foodservice professionals, sponsored by the Kansas Beef Council, gave them the beef story from pasture to plate.
Marketing plans pay
Top Headlines: Rain Helps Drought, Marketing Options & Cattle Temperament Matters
Since Memorial Day weekend, rain has blessed much of the nation. That’s particularly good news for the drought areas of the Southern and Central Plains.
Yamaha Introduces 6-Passenger Viking VI Side-By-Side
Yamaha recently introduced its new and upgraded Viking VI Side-By-Side 6-Passenger Vehicle
beef producer optimism index
BEEF Survey Shows Producer Optimism Is Skyrocketing
After a sharp plunge in 2013, BEEF magazine’s annual survey of producer attitudes shows a huge leap in optimism for 2014. Get the details here.
organic no safer than conventional
This Week’s News: Organic Food Doesn’t Cut Cancer, Exports Loom Large And The Checkoff Shines
While the debate over the perceived benefits of organic food will never cease, research continues to indicate that organics don’t offer any health benefit over conventionally produced food.

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