The average price of retail diesel in the United States sat steadily at $2.91 this week, with the Midwest, Gulf Coast and Rocky Mountain regions seeing no change as well.
The Central Atlantic region had the largest decrease of two cents to hit $3.14 this week. The West Coast region saw a one cent decrease but still had the highest retail diesel prices in the country at $3.16. Other regions also saw a one cent decrease.
A multidisciplinary research team from Kansas State University will study risk management strategies to help reduce the health and economic effects of bovine respiratory disease complex in commercial feeder cattle.
The Obama Administration convened a “White House Forum on Antibiotic Stewardship” on June 2, bringing together key human and animal health constituencies to discuss the development, promotion and implementation of activities to ensure the responsible use of antibiotics.
By Brian W. Gould, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC) issued its Global Dairy Market Outlook report for June. USDEC’s outlook calls for continued weak conditions, with ample milk to meet global demand for the rest of the year and into 2016.
Fresh cheese anyone? How about fresh 2015 highs for spot cheese? That was the ignition switch sparking a fresh wave of buying, propelling both Class III and cheese futures to the upper fringe of their recent ranges.
An Oregon federal court issued an important ruling in Schultz Family Farms, LLC v. Jackson County dealing with two very important, hot-button issues in agriculture: genetically modified crops and Right to Farm laws.