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USB reports results of consumers’ attitudes toward GMOs

Although consumer awareness about biotechnology and GMOs skyrocketed in 2014, only 2 percent of consumers cite GMOs as a barrier to eating foods or beverages, according to the 21st Annual Consumer Attitudes about Nutrition study. FULL STORY »

New way sought for captive grain shippers to challenge rail rates

National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA) has submitted an extensive proposal urging the federal Surface Transportation Board (STB) to establish new rules and procedures that captive grain shippers could use to challenge rail freight rates they believe are unreasonable. FULL STORY »

Korea takes proactive approach on animal welfare, sustainability

Animal welfare and sustainability are not yet popular topics of conversation in Asian markets, such as South Korea, but it is only a matter of time before the trends that take root in Europe and the United States will find their way around the globe. FULL STORY »

Angus VNR: The safety gene Play video

Frank Hinkson is a seedstock producer from Cottonwood Falls, Kan., who has noticed an upward trend in customers looking for more docility in their cattle herds. Knowing that genetics plays a role, he added disposition to his list of culling factors and began selecting to include more docility. FULL STORY »

Hong Kong lifts beef restrictions, opening market opportunities

After more than 11 years of restrictions inflicted upon U.S beef exports to Hong Kong, USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack announced on June 17 that the two countries have reached agreements fully opening Hong Kong’s borders to U.S. beef and beef products. FULL STORY »

Ag trade takes center stage at Capitol Hill hearing

The House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Trade took time this week to focus on the benefits of expanding agricultural trade and eliminating barriers to agricultural exports. FULL STORY »

Career criminal sentenced for tampering with gov. documents

A Louisiana man charged with Tampering with a Government Document in Upshur County pleaded guilty to 20 years in the Texas Department of Corrections Tuesday. FULL STORY »

Angus VNR: Profitable Partnerships Play video

Neal Haverkamp, manager of Nemaha Valley Angus and Anne Lampe manager of the Kansas Angus Association share how the Kansas Carcass Data project is helping producers through a partnership with Certified Angus Beef. FULL STORY »

DOT grants exemption for livestock hauling

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced on Friday a one-year exemption for the Hours-of-Service 30-minute break rule for individuals hauling livestock. FULL STORY »

American Angus Association names northwestern field manager

The American Angus Association welcomes Jake Troutt of Emmett, Idaho, as the new regional manager for Oregon, Washington and Idaho. FULL STORY »

Beef, pork exports continue growth trend

U.S. beef and pork exports continued their positive growth trend in April, increasing by double digits in volume and by an even healthier margin in value, according to statistics released by the USDA and compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation. FULL STORY »

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