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The U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) Strategic Planning Conference and Board of Directors Meeting, held Nov. 10-12 in Carlsbad, CA, wrapped up with a session focused on U.S. red meat’s remarkable success in South Korea and the election of new USMEF officers.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is now accepting proposals for new research projects to develop fertility control methods for wild horse mares. The agency is also seeking proposals for research that analyzes how wild horses and burros interact with their environment and how management may be impacted by future climate change.
Western Watersheds Project was successful in bidding for a grazing lease at a state land auction in Jerome, ID. The 624-acre Champion Creek grazing lease in the Sawtooth Valley will now be conserved for the next 20 years.
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.
Following a Senate hearing in late June over the state of the cattle markets and transparency concerns, two additional congressional hearings took place on July 28. The House of Representatives and Senate each met separately to discuss the state of the beef supply chain and how to increase competition and efficiency within every sector.