Recent Stories by Katie James
Oct 19, 2020 by Katie James
The series of four webinars will feature guest speakers from three regional USDA Cattle and Carcass Training Centers, the CME group and the USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service.
Aug 27, 2020 by Katie James
Farmers and ranchers from all 50 states made agricultural history by participating in Farm Journal Field Days, the first-of-its-kind hybrid live and virtual event.
Jul 31, 2020 by Katie James
Register now to save your seat for this FREE extravaganza, with sessions running from August 25-27.
Jul 22, 2020 by Katie James
The 2017 Starbuck wildfire devastated rural ranching towns across four states. Three years on, resilience in both the land and people bands this community together.
Apr 23, 2020 by Katie James
The cats, which are from separate households, have mild symptoms and appear to have caught the illness from their owners.
Apr 22, 2020 by Katie James
The coronavirus outbreak has forced slowdowns and temporary closures of meat packing plants across the country. This interactive map will be updated as information becomes available.
Apr 16, 2020 by Katie James
Find out who won the latest Drovers photo contest!
Mar 31, 2020 by Katie James
This rancher’s innovative calf box keeps newborn calves out of the wind and warm until they can be brought to the barn.
Mar 23, 2020 by Katie James
Amid the unprecedented virus outbreak companies are coming together to help each other and continue business safely.
Mar 19, 2020 by Katie James
The Republican Senator from South Dakota announced a three-part approach in a call with media on Thursday, Mar. 19.
Mar 18, 2020 by Katie James
NCBA is focusing its full attention on the rapidly changing COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on the U.S. cattle industry. The top priority being ongoing operation of the full beef supply chain it says.
Mar 03, 2020 by Katie James
Texas Department of State Health Services advises visitors of the cattle barn during the show, held Feb. 11-14, that they may need to be assessed for rabies exposure.
Feb 11, 2020 by Katie James
Fescue is hardy, but can harbor a fungus that causes health issues for cattle. It also crowds out native plants, which can harm pollinator populations. A Virginia Tech study aims to solve both problems.