The relationship between livestock producers and soybean producers amounts to more than just market prices and economics – it’s about the interconnectedness of a community that is responsible for feeding the world.
Since opening in 2008, Kansas Ethanol LLC, has sought to be a member of the community in Lyons, Kansas. Of course, the first thing the company did was create jobs.
In support of its commitment to 4-H, education and the development of the next generation of industry leaders, Merck Animal Health has proudly sponsored the inaugural Young Advocates for Agriculture Award.
Four individuals who have been catalysts for the beef industry and inspired others to do the same were honored July 29 during the sixth annual Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame banquet in Westminster, Colorado.
There are a multitude of opportunities for branding our individual farms and ranches. Michael Turley, chief executive officer for Osborn Barr, the marketing communications firm for Merck Animal Health’s cattle team, wanted to raise awareness of those opportunities when he spoke to cattle feeders at the Cattle Feeders Business Summit last year.