After more than 15 years of discussing, strategizing, and in some cases resisting, could animal disease traceability finally be coming of age?
The advancements in technology and handling of data privacy we are currently witnessing provide a useful structure to look at options for a traceable beef product.
Changes are coming, thanks to the sudden lock-down America and much of the rest of the world are experiencing due to COVID-19.
CattleTrace names Board of Directors and focuses recruitment efforts on cow-calf producers.
During its recent annual conference, the U.S. Animal Health Association (USAHA) discussed the need for improved traceability across the U.S. cattle marketing chain.
Forget about loss of topsoil or the retreat of polar ice caps. What’s disappearing even faster is the public’s trust in government and business. Here is one small effort at an antidote.
Just about every cattle producer with a pickup truck also has a stock trailer to connect to it, but many don’t give their trailer a lot of thought.
Kansas pilot project aims at improving cattle traceability.