The PR war always makes meat the villain, and that’s based on a thorough misinformation campaign. And usually the ‘bad guy’ doesn’t win in the end.
In a 7-0 decision, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that Initiative 16, formerly known as the PAUSE Act, can no longer proceed in its current form.
Research out of Colorado State University suggests that better land management practices globally can help the livestock industry reduce greenhouse gas emissions. But while the science pointed to almost a complete reduction in GHG through rotational grazing in many cattle systems, the efficiency strategies they examined were not as successful in the U.S. studies. Why? […]
Finally, after seeing the backlash from his own proclamation, Governor Polis signed a different one – this time in support of the livestock industry.
The number of cattle lost are still unknown and so is the economic damages caused by the “bomb cyclone” last week.
The people holding the most extreme views opposing GMOs think they know the most about food science, but actually know the least, according to new research.
A former Colorado FFA President and National FFA Vice President has launched a campaign to honor a fellow officer who died at the hands of a drunken driver. Rachel Bina is hoping to get $5,000 in funding to install the state officer jacket of Kasey Jo (Walker) Warner to the Colorado FFA Foundation Blue Jacket […]