Man Accused of Defrauding Missouri Cattle OwnersAuthorities say he used his scheme to steal money and cattle from 13 victims in Pike, Ralls and Montgomery counties over a three-year period.
Manure Spill Kills Fish, Pollutes Eastern Illinois RiverThe Illinois Environmental Protection Agency says manure spilled from an eastern Illinois farm killed more than 98,000 fish and polluted the Vermilion River.
Missouri Lawmakers Pass Bill to Boost Agriculture IndustryA bill aimed at bolstering Missouri's agricultural industry is headed to the governor.
Grain Fungus Found That is Harmful to Cattle Ergot is an airborne fungus that affects seed heads of cereal grains such as rye, barley, oat and wheat.
Man Charged with Having 32 Dead Cattle on LandHe told investigators the cattle in the pond fell through ice during the winter.
Missouri State's Beef Now Sold at Specialty Meat StoreMissouri State University's agriculture program has moved toward its goal of bringing MSU beef to local dinner plates.
Drought, Cattle Shortage Crippling US Beef IndustryYears of drought are reshaping the U.S. beef industry with feedlots and a major meatpacking plant closing because there are too few cattle left in the United States to support them.
Beef Prices Could Hit Record Highs This YearIf beef is what you crave, get ready to crack open your wallet in 2013 as beef prices hit near-record levels.
Drought Complicates Watering Cattle This Winter As shallow ponds freeze, that creates challenges. Extension livestock specialist Eldon Cole says some farmers already are hauling water.
Nitrate-Laden Plants Pose Threat to Cattle Ag officials warn cattle grazing on some drought-stressed plants are at risk of falling ill or even dying.
Cattle Vulnerable To Plant Toxins During Drought The drought that has plagued Arkansas for weeks is taking a toll on cattle, but not necessarily from the heat.
Overturned Cattle Truck Causes Udder Chaos On I-64Three cows had to be shot after wandering into traffic lanes.