Livestock & poultry

Data Loggers Could Impact Cattle Comfort

April 11, 2017

Data Loggers Could be Hardship on Cattle Being Transported By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News

Meat Consumption Expected to Rise

March 28, 2017

Lowell Catlett On Ag, Part Three Meat Consumption Increases as Population Rises By Jessica

California Cattle

GMOs Are Part of Nature’s Technology

March 23, 2017

Lowell Catlett On Ag, Part Two GMOs Are an Ancient Technology By Jessica Theisman, Associate

Dairy cows and truck

Caution Advised on USDA Proposal

March 20, 2017

California Dairies Cautious On USDA Proposal By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor California Ag

Avian Flu Risk is High

March 15, 2017

Protect Poultry from Avian Flu  University of California poultry experts are urging poultry

California Cattlemen Challenge Illegal Listing of Grey Wolf

February 7, 2017

Ranchers Fighting to Protect Livestock By: Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor On January 31,

dairy cows

Federal Milk Marketing in CA May Increase Prices

January 25, 2017

Federal Milk Marketing Order to Help CA Dairies By Melissa Moe, Associate Editor California is

Red Wave Sale a Success

January 18, 2017

Red Wave Sale is a Hit at Fresno State By Melissa Moe and Jessie Theisman, Associate

California Ag Today Seeks Guest Writers, Story Suggestions

December 12, 2016

Are you a writer with a passion for agriculture? A student looking for publication experience? An

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Young Cattlemen's Club

Future Looks Bright with Young Cattlemen’s Club

December 12, 2016

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Group Educates Fellow Students About Cattle By Joanne Lui, Associate

California Cattle Industry

Forging Political Connections Benefits Cattle Industry

December 8, 2016

Cattle Industry Focuses on Political Advocacy   By Brian German, Associate

UC Davis College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Mrak Hall

Record Enrollment at UC Davis College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

December 7, 2016

UC Davis College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Really Rocks! By Patrick Cavanaugh,

Livestock economics

Livestock Economics for Western Producers

December 6, 2016

Livestock Economics: What Attributes Bring Higher Prices?   By Laurie Greene,

Thanksgiving Feast from California

California Proudly Provides Most of Thanksgiving Feast to America

November 23, 2016

Enjoy Your Thanksgiving Feast From California's Farms to Your Table   By Patrick

FFA Student is Great Reporter

October 12, 2016

Hughson FFA Student Thrives on Agriculture   By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News

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CULTIVATING COMMON GROUND: Water Use Efficiency Grants

September 26, 2016

Water Use Efficiency Grants: Beneficial or Double Jeopardy for California Farming? Or both?   By

Anthony Raimondo

Keeping the California Dairy Industry Afloat

September 16, 2016

The Necessity of Keeping the California Dairy Industry Competitive   By Brian German, Associate

Tulare County 2015 Crop Report

Tulare County Ag is Down But Strong

August 31, 2016

Tulare County Annual Crop Report is Down But Still Strong   By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News

California Cattle

Air Resources Board to Rein In Cow Flatulence

August 17, 2016

Public Enemy #1: Cow Flatulence   By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News Director   While

Poultry Industry Doing Well, for Now

July 21, 2016

Poultry Industry Shines, Like a Canary in a Coal Mine By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News