Western Ag Reporter

While it may be a new year, U.S. cattle producers have not forgotten about the battles they’ve been fighting to achieve a truly fair and competitive market in light of obvious market consolidation, depressed prices,...

On January 24, 2023, NCBA filed their Notice of Intent to sue the Department of the Interior and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for the listing of the lesser prairie chicken (LPC) under the...

Producers all over America recently received a letter from Mid-States Wool Growers Inc. (Mid-States) expressing that they will be “ceasing operations in 2023.” Mid-States general manager, David Rowe confirmed to the Western Ag Reporter that...

At the start of the 2023 legislative session, politicians from Wyoming and Colorado made wild horse management a priority, but in vastly different ways. On January 17, Wyoming Representative John Winter (R-D28) introduced the “Wild...

Inclement weather creates challenges when processing cattle - whether preg-checking, vaccinating, or weaning in the fall, or giving cows pre-calving vaccinations or delousing treatments in mid-winter. Dr. Eric Laporte, of Nagel and Company Veterinary Services,...