Food supply chain experts say there is no need for consumers to rush to the grocery store and stock up on items they think are disappearing from the shelves.
Attacks on the checkoff is only weakening the beef industry , says John Robinson, vice president of Membership and Communications, National Cattlemen's Beef Association.
Cattle producer Kate Miller says attorney David Muraskin’s reply falls short of the fact-based analysis she seeks.
In March 2017, the Starbuck Fire cause catastrophic damage across western Kansas. It could not, however, harm the spirit, generosity and resilience of the agricultural and rural community.
Producers might not know exactly how grasses will be impacted by wildfires until the next growing season, but careful management will help pastures recover.
Ranchers in Oklahoma are getting more relief following wildfires that killed an estimated 1,500 cattle.
As a large agricultural employer in North America, Cargill says it knows people are feeling the impacts of COVID-19, including grocery store and restaurant employees, farmers, ranchers and employees of other businesses.