Slaughter lambs were steady to higher this week with San Angelo’s market quoting $10-15 higher, New Holland, Pennsylvania sold steady. Other Texas markets, Goldthwaite, Hamilton and Fredericksburg were mostly steady.
San Angelo kids sold $15-20 higher while nannies sold weak to $5 lower. Goldthwaite kids steady, slaughter nannies $5-10 higher, replacement nannies $10 lower. New Holland, Pennsylvania kids sold strong, light nannies weak, heavy nannies steady, billies sold weak. Hamilton kids $5-15 lower, nannies $5 softer. Fredericksburg kids steady.
The fed cattle market at presstime Wednesday was just getting underway with some trades at $124, essentially even money with last week.
Since the 1950s, the King Ranch has had a strategic focus on managing brush.
Ranchers, policymakers, and industry stakeholders from across the country recently gathered virtually for the Public Lands Council’s (PLC) 53rd annual meeting. Discussed during the event were the unprecedented challenges facing public lands ranchers including a once-in-a-century drouth, a destructive wildfire season as well as the sweeping climate and conservation agenda being pushed by the Biden Administration.
October means the start of a new rodeo season. It's a fresh start for cowboys like steer wrestler, Justin Shaffer, who is looking to turn a new leaf.
American Sheep Industry Association, Vice President Brad Boner of Wyoming represented the nation’s sheep producers when he testified in person before the U.S. House of Representatives Agriculture Committee on Thursday at the committee’s hearing to review the state of the livestock industry.
Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service (ARS) recently celebrated the 75th anniversary of the Knipling-Bushland U.S. Livestock Insects Research Laboratory and its historical contributions to the livestock industry and scientific community.