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U. of Idaho Plans New Meat Science and Innovation Center

The University of Idaho will build a new meat science and innovation center on its Moscow campus.

Another 53,000 lb. of Ground Beef Recalled by USDA for E. Coli

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has filed another recall because of E. coli for more than 53,000 lb. of ground beef just one day after a separate recall for nearly 57 tons.

Cattle Losses from Flooding to be Lower Than First Predicted

The Nebraska Department of Agriculture says cattle losses in Nebraska from devastating March floods will be much lower than previously reported.

Profit Tracker: Feedyard Margins Improve $16

Cattle feeding margins improved $16 per head last week as cash prices inched higher less than $1 per cwt.

Tyson Ventures Invests in Food Safety Testing Firm Clear Labs

Clear Lab uses a robotic platform to improve food safety and its method shortens testing turnaround times by up to five days.

Environmentalist Files Lawsuit Against Rancher

A federal civil rights lawsuit was filed against San Juan County, Utah, and a local rancher by an environmental rights activist who alleges she was illegally detained and falsely accused in 2017.

Loose Bull Put Down by Police After Attacking Owner and Vehicles

Charging officers and mounting a moving vehicle, a bull in Sparta, New Jersey was put down by police after it attacked and seriously injured its owner.

2018 Was One for the Record Books When it Comes to Beef

We are finally getting to see 2018 total beef and pork export numbers.