Cattle Industry News

American Cattlemen's Cattle Industry News highlights news and stories about cattle production along with farm and ranch related topics.

Sixteen Hitches-In-One Revolutionizes Towing

ARDMORE, OK – Everyday tasks just got easier for farmers, ranchers, contractors and everyone who tows thanks to Boxer Hitch, a unique time-saving towing tool that fits all towing needs, at all heights.

Bayer Animal Health Introduces QuickBayt® Spot Spray in New 24 Fluid Ounce Sized Spray Bottle

Award Winning Insecticide Now Available in Smaller, More Economical and Convenient Spray Bottle

Equipment Notebook: Used Equipment Balers

By L. Sorensen Used Equipment - Balers If you’re looking at acquiring a used baler this year, some figures from the last two years may help assess whether or not auction prices or private sales are a fair deal or a bargain.

Galloway Cattle at a Glance

The Galloway breed has been in North America for over 150 years. At one time it populated the Plains states, back in the days when cattle were exposed to the rigors of the environment with little assistance their owners. The Galloway thrived in these circumstances, because that is the story of the breed’s development.

Hallman Fence Systems introduces enhanced customer-direct website

Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada—Hallman Fence Systems, a division of Phason Inc., announces that customers can now buy Hallman electric fence chargers through the Hallman website.

Remote-Controlled Wireless Tail Lights

Magnetic, wireless tail lights are Terry Stiles’ solution to the frustration of trying to maintain conventional lights on his equipment and trailers. “Repairing or replacing broken tail lights on farm equipment and boat trailers used to be an ongoing headache for me and many people I know,” the Malta Montana rancher says.

Alltech to Offer Opposing Views at Symposium - The Great Debate

[Lexington, KENTUCKY] – Alltech has announced it will hold a 2nd annual industry ‘Great Debate’, as part of its 25th International Animal Health and Nutrition Symposium, taking place in Lexington, Kentucky, May 17-20, 2009.

H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu) and You

Novel H1N1 Flu What is H1N1 (swine flu)?

Cattle Health: To Deworm Or Not To Deworm?

COLLEGE STATION – Recent rainfall across the state has greened up rangeland, but with tender vegetation also comes the threat of wormy beef cattle, according to a Texas AgriLife Extension Service veterinarian. The key for producers is not to evaluate the cattle, but the ground they are grazing.


Dare Products, Inc. of Battle Creek, Michigan, has added another new insulator to their line-up of electric fence insulators. The new 3359-10 insulator works on chain link posts, top rails, tube gates and corral panels. Fits vertical or horizontal tubes/pipes up to 2” round or square. Holds rigid wire up to 5/16” and pliable ropes up to 3/8”. Extends wire 3.5” from post.