The number of cattle lost are still unknown and so is the economic damages caused by the “bomb cyclone” last week.
The people holding the most extreme views opposing GMOs think they know the most about food science, but actually know the least, according to new research.
A former Colorado FFA President and National FFA Vice President has launched a campaign to honor a fellow officer who died at the hands of a drunken driver. Rachel Bina is hoping to get $5,000 in funding to install the state officer jacket of Kasey Jo (Walker) Warner to the Colorado FFA Foundation Blue Jacket […]
Her Colorado FFA plaque in horse judging still hangs in Berthoud High’s classroom — a small memorial for a larger-than-life young agvocate.
A Pueblo County, Colorado family is in shock after coming home last Friday to find someone had butchered their 22-year-old horse Nickel. The family told KOAA News 5 they believe the horse was slaughtered for human consumption as all the meat around the bones was taken as well as the animal’s heart and liver. According […]
A California man has been arrested after running a multi-state cattle rustling scheme that cost his victims a total of $1.5 million. Tulare County Sheriff’s Agricultural Crimes Detectives recently traveled to Texas to arrest Justin Tyler Greer, 36, for stealing cattle, investment fraud, and embezzlement. “This is 21st Century cattle rustling and embezzlement at the […]
When Topanga McBride moved to a less ag-friendly high school in Fort Collins, she put on her boots and belt buckle and set her peers straight on ag.
A late spring snow shower last week is to blame for the collapse of a barn near Loveland, Colorado, trapping 55 cows inside. According to The Denver Post, firefighting crews from Loveland Fire Rescue Authority and Windsor Severance Fire Rescue worked for nearly three hours, to free the herd. Only three injured cows had to […]