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AMI says GIPSA would impede job growth

As the national discussion on regulatory reform heats up, the American Meat Institute continued to voice its call in television, radio and print interviews for a withdrawal of the proposed livestock marketing rule published in June by USDA’s Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration. FULL STORY »

Pro business? Drop the GIPSA rule, says AMI

Responding to President Obama’s speech to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce calling on businesses to hire and invest, the American Meat Institute suggests a good place to start would be to drop the proposed GIPSA rule for livestock marketing. FULL STORY »

AMI op-ed: USDA proposal would hinder improvement in meat quality

“As a meat scientist for more than 40 years and now as the president of the American Meat Institute Foundation, I take great pride in talking about the ways this industry makes good meat even better. FULL STORY »

AMI worker safety, human resources conference, March 9-10

Registration is open for the American Meat Institute Conference on Worker Safety, Human Resources and the Environment, to be held March 9-10, at the Hyatt Regency Crown Center, Kansas City, Mo. FULL STORY »

Study finds no connection between processed red meat and increased risk of bladder cancer

A look at the diets of more than half a million people shows no link between eating fresh or processed red meat and increased risks of bladder cancer, according to a recent study. FULL STORY »

Meat & poultry industries join forces in research

Facing many of the same challenges and willing to learn from each other, the meat and poultry sectors are joining together to present a new research conference. The dates are set for Nov. 1-2, and the conference will be held in Kansas City. FULL STORY »

AMI calls for swift action on pending FTAs

The American Meat Institute has called for swift action by the U.S. Congress in approving the free trade agreement now being considered for passage by the U.S. Congress. FULL STORY »

American Meat Institute says 2010 Dietary Guidelines affirm role of meat and poultry in a healthy balanced diet

The American Meat Institute (AMI) today said that the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans affirm that meat and poultry products are important components of a balanced, healthy diet. FULL STORY »

Claire Danes wins SAG Award for portrayal of Temple Grandin

Claire Danes, the actress who portrayed Temple Grandin, Ph.D., in HBO’s biopic “Temple Grandin,” has been awarded the Screen Actors Guild award for outstanding performance by a female actor in a TV movie or miniseries. FULL STORY »

Industry associations come together to sponsor meat and poultry research conference

A new conference that will bring together trade associations and professional societies whose members fund and conduct meat and poultry research on behalf of the industry is slated for November 1-2, 2011, in Kansas City. Mo. FULL STORY »

Study: Reducing amount of feed to heifers can result in more efficient use of nutrients

Reducing the amount of feed given to heifers can result in more efficient use of nutrients for growth and reproduction, according to a study conducted by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists. FULL STORY »

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