The fast-paced nature of the modern U.S. beef industry can make it easy to forget just how far it has come over the course of our nation’s history.
Checkoff program funding has made a big impact on farming and American pop culture, but it is also often plagued with political and other concerns.
The U.S. is one of the only major beef-producing countries to not have a nationwide traceability program, and U.S. CattleTrace Inc. is addressing that.
Proposed legislation, called the PRIME Act, would end USDA restrictions on custom slaughterhouses, allowing states to set their own guidelines.
There’s not a meat shortage during COVID-19. Food system improvements need to be made, but farmers are definitely being taken advantage of.
The USCA sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue urging the prioritization of the U.S. beef and cattle industry over foreign product.
THI’s actions recently have raised red flags recently and have drawn the ire of Texas A&M System’s chancellor, who sent a letter to Harvard’s president.
During the holidays, we realize how truly blessed we are and how much of what we have to be thankful for is rooted in our ties to the livestock industry.