Beef costs for consumers are up, so why aren't producers getting a profit?

Kansas State University Extension Livestock Market Economist, Dr. Glynn Tonsor describes the rising cost of grain in feed lots.

Beef costs for consumers are up, so why aren't producers getting a profit?
What could happen if triple-digit heat hits the Midwest when corn is in its reproductive stage?

USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, discusses the recent heat wave in the Deep South and its impacts on corn during a vital stage of crop development.

What could happen if triple-digit heat hits the Midwest when corn is in its reproductive stage?
The cause of New Mexico's largest wildfire is revealed; Sec. Vilsack orders Forest Service to protect forestland

A report shows The U.S. Forest Service's errors during a routine prescribed burn contributed to the largest wildfire in New Mexico history.

The cause of New Mexico's largest wildfire is revealed; Sec. Vilsack orders Forest Service to protect forestland
Mixed Reaction: Ag groups reveal skepticism regarding cattle reform measures

Ag groups are showing mixed reactions on the passage of two major cattle reform measures in the Senate Ag Committee.

Mixed Reaction: Ag groups reveal skepticism regarding cattle reform measures
"God put man on this earth to take care of his land, and that's all we're doing"

In St. Landry Parish, Nicholas and Courtney Gerace are raising crops, cows, and kids. They are relying on their faith for all three.

"God put man on this earth to take care of his land, and that's all we're doing"