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.
Today, U.S. Senator Jon Tester, a Democrat from Montana, introduced a resolution supporting the reestablishment of a country-of-origin labeling program, better known simply as COOL. The resolution puts forth a firm statement of support for COOL, which was repealed in 2015. The introduction follows months of coordination and collaboration by the senator, pulling together consumer […]
Two Republican Senators introduced the U.S. Beef Integrity Act, which would make certain that the “Product of the U.S.A.” label only goes on U.S. beef.
It is clear the agricultural industry is adapting to the future one innovation at a time — creating a new sort of modern cowboy in the process.