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Tyson Foods Beats Profit Estimates, Sees Lower COVID-19 Costs in 2021

Tyson Foods beat Wall Street estimates for fourth-quarter profit on Monday, but faces rising costs for animal feed and uncertainty over labor as COVID-19 cases surge in the United States.

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American Angus Association Elects New Officers, Board Leadership

Five new directors were elected to the 2020-2021 American Angus Association® board of directors, as well as a president and chairman, and a vice president and treasurer of the board.

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California Defeats Proposition 15

Proposition 15 threatened voter-approved tax protections for commercial and agricultural properties enacted under Proposition 13, which passed with two-thirds majority in 1978.

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University of Illinois Meat Sales Room Thrives Through Pandemic

The University of Illinois meat science research group was wrapping up a big project and the meats judging team was preparing to host a regional contest. Then, in the blink of an eye, COVID-19 sent everyone home. 

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USMEF held its Strategic Planning Conference Nov 10-13.
USMEF Details Creative Global Marketing Solutions, Elects Leaders

Adapting market development programs for U.S. pork, beef and lamb to a COVID-impacted world and meeting the changing needs of international consumers were dominant themes of the USMEF Strategic Planning Conference.

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Beef Loving Texans Names Eddie Jackson as Chief Recipe Officer

Food Network Chef and former NFL star Eddie Jackson has been named Chief Recipe Officer for Beef Loving Texans to develop unique, timely recipes and partnering as an ambassador for the brand.

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Derrell Peel: The Current State Of Beef Demand

Beef demand has remained remarkably strong since the beginning of the pandemic. Beef demand continues to be challenged with restricted food service, but retail grocery demand remains robust.

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Meat Industry Reaches All-Time Low Injury Rate Despite Activist Claims

A new study shows U.S. meat and poultry packers and processors have reached a new, all-time low for injuries in the workplace.

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