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Utah sheep ranch
Congressmen Seek USDA Help For Sheep Ranchers

Congressmen urge Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue to to assist U.S. lamb and sheep producers impacted by the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic and the closure of a Colorado processing plant.

Beef Quality Assurance
BQA Virtual Producer Forum Aug. 6

The National Beef Quality Assurance Team hosts a virtual producer forum on Thursday, Aug. 6 at 7 pm Central Time.

Beef Checkoff Contractors and Subcontractors Share 2020 Successes

Beef Checkoff committee members in each committee heard presentations from Checkoff contractors during its summer meeting. These detailed how programs, research and education have creatively changed to drive beef demand.

Grazing cows
Texas Cattle Rustler To Serve 37 Years

A Texas man faces a lengthy prison stay after pleading guilty to five felony charges related to hundreds of cattle thefts in Hill and Limestone Counties.

Campaign to Generate Dietary Guidelines Comments

NCBA launched a campaign to highlight the #BenefitsofBeef and is calling on cattle producers to submit public comments in support of federal dietary guidelines that recognize beef’s role in a healthy diet.

Owyhee County, Idaho
NCBA Highlights Importance Of Public Lands Ranchers

Testimony before the Senate committee on Energy and Natural Resources highlighted the importance of public lands ranchers during the pandemic, including their role in resurging the American economy.

NCF Announces New Partnership With Cargill

The National Cattlemen’s Foundation (NCF) announces a four-year strategic partnership with Cargill funded by a $3 million contribution from the company’s protein business.

Rejuvra™ Herbicide Receives EPA Approval

Rejuvra™ herbicide was approved by the Environmental Protection Agency for controlling invasive weed species on rangeland, CRP land and natural areas, including grazed areas.