A study has found that implementing a U.S. beef cattle identification and traceability system has promising benefits for cattle producers.
Price, food safety and product quality are the most important factors the beef industry should focus on to increase beef demand.
In addition to the benefits that native grasses can provide for stockering, backgrounding, heifer development, and improved drought resiliency (see three previous articles for more information on each of these), they al
Initiatives funded by your checkoff aim to document beef's sustainability attributes.
Cattle producers suffer second market disruption in seven months, look to future.
John Pollak, former director of the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center, has been named coordination lead for the Nebraska Integrated Beef Systems Initiative at the University of Nebraska.
"American beef production and consumption is a climate change solution," South Dakota cattle producer Todd Wilkinson told a U.S. Senate subcommittee.
A recent research article addresses the biology and biochemistry of beef marbling and its effects on production systems, carcass and fat quality.