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Beef demand is up, cattle farmers still taking a hit

Beef demand is up, cattle farmers still taking a hit

UPDATE: I-64 reopened in Franklin County

Cattle being loaded onto another truck.

Ranchers using drones to keep cattle healthy

Each year, millions of cows in the United States die from health problems and it’s costing the cattle industry, but “eyes in the sky” could help ranchers solve the problem.

50 head of cattle stolen from Montgomery farm

Taken from a farm on Howard's Mill Road, which runs east from Mt. Sterling to the Preston community, the steers weighed between 600 and 700 pounds.

Missing semi recovered, driver charged with theft and DUI

A semi and its driver, both listed as missing, were found and the driver charged in two different counties, according to the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office. 

MSU students show cattle at KFB Expo

Students from Morehead State's Department of Agricultural Sciences got some real-world livestock experience recently at the Kentucky Farm Bureau Beef Expo Cattle Show.

Vet pleads guilty to conspiracy connected to moving cattle

The Lexington Herald-Leader reports that 65-year-old John M. Moran of Flemingsburg pleaded guilty Thursday to a single count of conspiracy to defraud the United States.

Cattle killed in crash involving Stanton truck driver

A Stanton truck driver hauling livestock crashed in Indiana, killing about ten head of cattle, according to police.

Rebuilding the Blue Grass Stockyards

Construction has started on the new Blue Grass Stockyards facility after its original Lexington location caught fire.

Fort Harrod Beef Festival l 6-6

Festival celebrating the Beef production in Kentucky

Plans to rebuild, Stockyards will stay in Lexington

The Blue Grass Stockyards plans to rebuild in Fayette County.

Stockyard sales must go on after fire

The Blue Grass Stockyards in Lexington are destroyed but sales must go on.

Police & Fire Dept. ask public to avoid area near Bluegrass Stockyards

Officials say since Saturday's fire at Bluegrass Stockyards many people have been stopping by to look at the damage. Police and Firefighters say it is not safe to be walking around the area at this time. Investigators are still at the scene trying to determine how and why the fire started.

Five people injured in Boyle County collision

Five people from Hustonville were injured Tuesday night after the pickup truck they were in collided with a semi carrying cattle in Boyle County.

Richmond man accused of punishing children with cattle prod

Richmond police arrested Silas Powell on criminal abuse charges after they say he used an electric cattle prod to discipline two children.

Overturned Cattle Truck Sends Cows Running Loose on I-64

Officials in Franklin County have reported that a wreck on I-64 has resulted in 110 cattle getting loose and has led to at least one lane closure.

Meat Prices Beefing Up

Beef is a big business in Kentucky. The Commonwealth is the biggest beef producer, east of the Mississippi River. If it’s on your shopping list, get ready to spend more for it.

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