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USDA: July cattle numbers down 3 percent from 2012

U.S. cattle numbers are down 3 percent from 2012’s 97.8 million head, with only 95 million head, the lowest inventory for July since the series began in 1973.
8/6/2014
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Guard livestock, dogs against lepto infection by vaccination

The number of leptospirosis cases diagnosed in dogs has nearly doubled compared to previous decades, according to a recent report.
8/6/2014
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Groups petition DOJ for review of Tyson merger

Representatives of three groups signed a letter to the U.S. Department of Justice expressing concerns about the proposed merger of Tyson Foods and Hillshire Brands.
8/6/2014
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Cattle-on-feed numbers offer hint of beef industry direction

The one thing Ed Greiman said he’s learned over time is never bet against USDA reports – whether or not they are delayed.
8/6/2014
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Groups wish to broaden trade pacts with Europe

Many in the U.S. livestock industry wonder when the European Union will lift its ban on certain imports of beef and pork treated with hormones and chemicals.
8/6/2014
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Southern Indiana’s Brawner earns Dairy Princess crown

Kamille Brawner of Hanover was selected as the 2014-15 Dairy Princess for the American Dairy Assoc. Indiana.
8/6/2014
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Broiler consumption and processor profits; necrotic enteritis research

Broiler processors are positioned for profitability heading into 2015, with strong U.S. chicken consumption and falling feed prices.
8/6/2014
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Russian trade sanctions could hurt U.S. poultry

Last year, according to the USDA and the U.S. Trade Office, Russia purchased a total of about $16.5 billion in goods from the United States.
8/13/2014
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Reynolds’ research working to a likely treatment for Ebola

A plant-based protein from a Kentucky tobacco has been used to create the experimental treatment for victims of Ebola.
8/13/2014
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Missouri voters narrowly OK new farm rights amendment

Voters in the Show Me State narrowly approved an amendment to the state’s constitution that supporters say will guarantee the right to farm in Missouri.
8/13/2014
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