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Ranchers-Cattlemen Action Legal Fund United Stockgrowers of America (R-CALF) recently filed an opening brief to request the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals reverse a lower court’s dismissal of their case against USDA’s mandated radio-frequency identification (RFID) tag rule. 

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The Center For Biological Diversity (CBD), U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently came to an agreement to keep cattle grazing off land in eastern Arizona and western New Mexico.

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When liquid manure sits in storage lagoons on dairies or other livestock operations for too long, methane can form and contribute to climate change. To address concerns about methane emissions, CDFA developed the Alternative Manure Management Program (AMMP), which supports farmers in reducing their methane emissions with both financial and technical assistance.

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USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) researchers are conducting a study evaluating the use of targeted cattle grazing to create fuel breaks in order to contain wildfires. The results are in, and so far, cattle have provided extremely positive impacts.

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Ruminant animals like cattle contribute to maintaining healthy soils and grasslands, and proper grazing management can reduce the industry’s carbon emissions and overall footprint.

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A letter written by a diverse group of farm, wildlife and environmental groups asks lawmakers for a “robust investment” for USDA conservation programs in the budget reconciliation program.

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A major infrastructure bill that has been in back-and-forth consideration in Congress for weeks just might be passed soon. If passed into law, the legislation would be one of the largest infrastructure packages in history.