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Angus VNR: Breeding for the Brand

Kara Lee, production brand manager for Certified Angus Beef, talks about Targeting the Brand™ program updates, ideas and strategies for Angus producers.

4 months ago
Mesa Vista Ranch, Pampa, TX
McKnight: The Case For Climate Collaboration

Productive land, green grass, clear water and clean air are essential to raising cattle. Our long-term survival and profitability are directly tied to how well we care for our land and resources, says TSCRA president.

4 months ago
Glenn Selk: Helping A Newborn Calf Breathe

It is imperative that the newborn calf begins to breathe as soon as possible. To stimulate the initiation of the respiratory process, here are a few ideas that may help.

4 months ago
NM Judge Rejects COOL Lawsuit

A New Mexico federal judge has permanently dismissed a pair of lawsuits against the Big 4 meat packers. The decision was appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit.

4 months ago
Idaho Ranch
Intermountain Packing To Build New Idaho Plant

Intermountain Packing has announced plans to build a new, 500-head per day packing plant in Idaho Falls, ID, expected to be operational by fall 2021.

4 months ago
Minnechaduza Creek Ranch, Nebraska
Project Supports Nebraska Regenerative Agriculture

A five-year, $8.5 million project will impact 100,000 acres of row crops and feed production in a key beef producing region to build on farmers’ ongoing efforts to mitigate and adapt to impacts of climate change.

4 months ago
Cattle grazing
Beef Checkoff: The September Decision

The Cattlemen's Beef Promotion Operating Committee will meet in Denver, Colorado, Sept. 9 and 10 to discuss, debate and ultimately allocate around $40 million for eligible beef industry programs within the Beef Checkoff.

4 months ago
Grazing cattle
Crimes Against Livestock On The Rise

Officials have reported an increase in criminal livestock shootings across the nation this year which often results in a felony charge when suspects are arrested.

4 months ago