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).
Scientist finds that it's the cow-calf stage, not the feedlot stage, that contributes more to greenhouse gases in the beef supply chain.
Joe Leathers of the historic 6666 Ranch talks about the ranch's contributions to environmental improvement and sustainability.
Cow/calf and stocker producer Kim Brackett from Buhl, Idaho, was elected by fellow Cattlemen’s Beef Board (CBB) members to serve as CBB chairman in 2014.
Kansas Livestock Association Vice President of Communications Todd Domer retired October 31 after more than 34 years with the organization.
Dung beetles help regulate rangeland health through dung dispersal.
Lifelong Angus producer Tom Burke of Platte City, Missouri, has been selected as the 2017 inductee into the Saddle & Sirloin Portrait Gallery, considered the highest honor in the livestock industry.
Steer by-product values continue to drift lower in 2016.