producers

GA – AL Producers Utilize New Herbicide Application Method, Not Yet Available in Florida

Dan Alabama, Cattle, Environment, Florida, Georgia, Livestock, News from Our Sponsors

Warmer than normal temperatures throughout Florida and the deep southeast in recent weeks is an early reminder that this year’s weed control issues could be more serious than usual throughout the region. As producers plan upcoming weed control strategies for this season, we’re featuring more details about this new fertilizer/herbicide blending process officials at Dow AgroSciences say is already being …

august

USMEF Reports on Beef Exports at Cattle Industry Convention

Dan Beef, Exports/Imports

Last week during the 2018 Cattle Industry Convention in Phoenix, Arizona, the Beef Checkoff Program Export Growth Committee got a report from the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) concerning 2017 beef exports. Joe Schuele has the story. USMEF Reports on Beef Exports at Cattle Industry Convention And our coverage of the 2018 Cattle Industry Convention is brought to you by …

producers

New Herbicide Application Technology Available in Georgia and Alabama – But Not Yet in Florida

Dan Environment, News from Our Sponsors

With spring and the rainy season just around the corner, many cattle producers look toward fertilization and weed control applications in the weeks and months ahead. As part of our coverage of this week’s Cattle Industry Convention in Phoenix, we learned from Dow AgroSciences range and pasture experts that a new herbicide application technology is available in Georgia and Alabama, …

florida

Florida Cattle Industry Concerned with ELD’s

Dan Cattle, Florida

Cattlemen and women from across the Southeast are meeting with other producers from around the country in Phoenix, Arizona this week for the 2018 Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade Show. Florida Cattlemen’s Association Executive Vice President, Jim Handley, says one issue of importance being discussed are ELD’s, electronic logging devices. Something he says they are extremely concerned about. Florida …