The North American Limousin Junior Association plans to host “The American Showdown” National Junior Limousin Show and Congress in Grand Island, Nebraska. The event takes place from July 3 until July 8 at Fonner Park.
Setting up facilities to check pregnancy in cows on pasture is something Eric Mousel suggests for 2021.
An exchange program for youth leaders in agriculture is preparing to send eight new participants abroad for three months.
China reopened to U.S. beef imports in 2017, and Nebraska producers immediately took advantage.
The U.S. beef industry is set to lose $13.6 billion as a result of COVID-19, according to estimates from a study released April 15.
Producers have grown accustomed to a slumped agricultural economy, but the onset of COVID-19 — or coronavirus — in the U.S., many producers are left wondering where they stand amongst the slumping global economy.
It is no secret that there is an imbalance in U.S. and European Union agricultural trade.
Seasonal strength should lift futures along with a new trade agreement between the U.S. and China. The agreement should allow for more U.S. beef exports to China.