In this week's Drovers TV Report there is a case of brucellosis in Wyoming; proposed regulation changes for livestock haulers; and a Texas beef packer is facing financial troubles.
A federal transportation rule might change the way cattle are moved long distance.
Two national cattle industry groups are supporting the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) decision to delay implementation of electronic logging devices (ELD) for livestock haulers.
The U.S. Cattlemen's Association calls for "accurate meat labels" and noted they have asked FSIS to use certain labeling claims to be used exclusively for cattle "born, raised and slaughtered" in the U.S.
Both the United States Cattlemen’s Association and National Cattlemen’s Beef Association agree that "fake meat" labeling needs to be addressed.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is preparing to overhaul regulations for grazing on 155 million acres of public lands across the western United States.
A petition calling on the Secretary of Agriculture to conduct a referendum on the Beef Checkoff was filed with USDA in early July, and USDA has responded along with a guidance document on its website.
NCBA's CEO says the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) has become a costly and time-consuming burden for America's ranchers, and cattlemen support modernization of the law.