There’s a lot of cultural translation that needs to happen when it comes to trade with China. The importance of saving face and the relatively new concept of private property are only two examples of challenges.
Selecting genetics doesn’t have to be a choice between the cow herd or the consumer, says AGI’s Dan Moser. Genetic tools and genetic quality have evolved so you can have both.
Vaccines are part of a good health routine, but you need to go beyond that. An Air Force colonel talks resiliency of soldiers and feedlot cattle as more than just routine.
Think your 60% Choice, 25% CAB cattle are good? Think again. The bar’s been raised on genetics and meat quality and consumers are still demanding more and better beef.
The farm bill is now finished business and for the most part all parties seem content. Also, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) filed new rules that clarify the poorly written rules from the Obama administration. The House of Representative are tryi…
An attorney from the Falen Law Offices—formerly the Budd-Falen Law Offices—explains the recent Supreme Court win for public lands over a frog and its (non) habitat.
Correlation doesn’t equal causation, but that doesn’t mean correlations aren’t worth looking at. CAB’s Dr. Sexten talks about some cattle correlations worth your attention.
One reader gives a hearty, “Here Here!” to Pete’s call to recognize the value ranchers provide. We have a lot to offer society, and they better hear about it before it’s too late.
A reader voices his perspective that the Beef Checkoff is a tax and its funds are misused. “I’m not against imported beef,” he said. He just doesn’t want his tax dollars promoting it.
One reader argues that domestic traceability is yet another expense laid on U.S. ranchers by “acronym groups” that would be well served experiencing ranch life first hand.