yesimersan/iStock/Thinkstock Fewer Prime and Choice cattle contributing to wide price spreads and high values for high-quality beef. Krissa Welshans | Oct 17, 2019 While beef production remains large, the makeup of the supplies reveals that the U.S. is producing a little less fed beef and a little more cow beef relative to last year, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension economist David Anderson.
Transaction solidifies company's position as a leading European food company. Krissa Welshans | Oct 15, 2019 Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. announced Oct. 15 that it has completed the previously announced acquisition of Tulip Ltd. -- a leading integrated prepared foods supplier with 12 fresh and value-added operations in the U.K. -- from Danish Crown. Tulip will operate as a business unit within Pilgrim’s, the company said.
Company expands ractopamine elimination to its complete hog supply chain. Krissa Welshans | Oct 07, 2019 JBS USA is eliminating the use of the feed additive ractopamine in its U.S. hog supply chain in order to maximize export opportunities, JBS spokesperson Cameron Bruett confirmed to Feedstuffs on Monday.
I’m a little late to the game but am really enjoying the @KenBurns’ @PBS documentary on country music. Sure am glad Dr. Ralph Stanley chose a banjo over a pig! Such a fascinating series! #CountryMusic#countrymusicpbs
It was only a matter of time before #Texas would initiate me into the #snake world. 2 this week. Not a fan at all but glad they’ve been friendly. I released both but tried to get them far from the house. Still makes me shake 😬 Ready for my husband to get here. #farmlifepic.twitter.com/ckuQ0DQX67