New project at Kansas State University aggregates an array of pre-clinical human and animal health information into a cohesive, structured and open-source database.
A cloud of misinformation continues to fog public perceptions toward the role of livestock in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, but Frank Mitloehner, a University of California- Davis professor and air-quality specialist,
See the sights and sounds from the last two years at Welding University.
Scientist finds that it's the cow-calf stage, not the feedlot stage, that contributes more to greenhouse gases in the beef supply chain.
The ability to estimate the live bodyweight of cattle can affect whether animals receive too little drug or too much,
Beef industry members will be offered a full menu of global perspectives at Beef: Its Future at Alltech REBELation, May 17-20 in Lexington, Ky.
Joe Leathers of the historic 6666 Ranch talks about the ranch's contributions to environmental improvement and sustainability.
Grass-fed beef is not as environmentally-friendly as some proponents claim. That’s the conclusion of a new study from U.K.-based Food Climate Research Network (FCRN).