Beef's contribution to climate change is often an outrageous lie that’s being used to sell consumers a fake meat product they don’t want or need and one that won’t do anything to solve climate problems.
Hugh Sanburg, 2021 chair of the Cattlemen's Beef Board and a cow-calf producer from Eckert, Colo., discusses how the beef industry would be affected without the Checkoff's research, educational and promotional efforts.
U.S. data shows COVID-19 infection rates are now down to levels not seen since early fall, a sign economic recovery could also take shape. As more consumers venture out to restaurants, it could also help meat demand.
People of the Dust Bowl slowly learned of the need for planned land use by locality. What happens when you turn over millions of acres of native sod without records and persistent crop failures leave the land bare?