2019 Rewind: Drovers' Cover Articles
We're recapping this year's most important issues though a look back at the covers of Drovers magazine.
Supply increases for 2019 are certain, but prices and profitability continue to find support from consumers.
Report shows substantial decline in sales of medically important antibiotics for food animal use during 2017.
Understanding of the cattle microbiome can provide tools for improving animal health and productivity.
Reproduction strategies, some simple and some more advanced, can economically boost calving rates.
NASS reports in the 2017 Census of Agriculture that 36% of U.S. farms have beef cows, with the average herd size 43.5 head. Smaller operations, however, are declining.
Preconditioning programs for calves can help increase returns on sale day, and this year may provide opportunities to adjust nutritional management and capture more value from your forages.
This year's weather extremes will play a role in the success of calf marketing programs.
How a single packing plant fire shook up the cattle markets.
Cattlemen sought relief from devastating cattle markets following the August fire at a Kansas packing plant.
Shocking profit spread fueled the anger and deepening rift between packers and feeders. Who was right?