NCBA Op-Ed: EPA’s data sharing incident a debacle

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is adding yet another chapter to the dismal saga of its strained relationship with American agriculture. FULL STORY »

House Agriculture Committee moves forward on Farm Bill

After a lengthy discussion, the House Agriculture Committee cleared its version of the 2013 Farm Bill during a markup session which ended late Wednesday night. The House markup follows the Senate Agriculture Committee’s much briefer markup of its farm bill Tuesday. FULL STORY »

Senate Agriculture Committee completes Farm Bill markup

With the Senate Agriculture Committee markup of the 2013 Farm Bill completed, farmers and ranchers now look toward the House Agriculture Committee markup of its version of the bill, scheduled for May 15. FULL STORY »

NCBA: Immigration reform, border security benefits beef industry

NCBA members have made immigration reform one of the organization’s key issues for my term as president, so I have been pleased to see our elected officials also take it up as a priority. FULL STORY »

FUELS Act will provide relief from overreaching EPA regs

When I talk to farmers and ranchers who run small operations in my congressional district in Arkansas, they consistently tell me how regulations from Washington hurt their bottom line. FULL STORY »

NCBA: EPA continues to release producers' personal information

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) is appalled to learn that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continues to illegally release information on cattle operations to the activist groups Earth Justice, the Pew Charitable Trust and the Natural Resources Defense Council. FULL STORY »

Livestock groups comment on negative impact of the RFS

Seven livestock and poultry groups submitted comments to the House Energy and Commerce Committee on the negative effects the federal Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS) has had on agriculture, including the high cost of feed facing livestock and poultry producers. FULL STORY »

Congress to address farm bill, animal health legislation in May

Congress returns from recess on May 6 and several issues affecting cattle producers will be on the agenda. FULL STORY »

Food Manufacturers Immigration Coalition applauds worker bill

House Judiciary Chairman Goodlatte introduces legislation to create new guestworker program. FULL STORY »

The RFS: Reforming an unworkable federal policy

Who’s paying the costs of the federal ethanol mandate? The American people are paying for this mandate. Every livestock producer who faces higher feed costs, every family who shops in a grocery store or dines at a restaurant and every motorist who fills up their tank at the gas station pays the price of this unworkable policy. FULL STORY »

Livestock Disaster Protection Act introduced in the House

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) supports the efforts of Rep. Kristi Noem (R-S.D.) in introducing legislation that would provide a safety net for livestock owners across the nation. FULL STORY »

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