Busting Beef Myths

All ground beef trim must meet stringent food-safety guidelines set by USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service, so the number of cows whose lean trim is used does not represent the safety of your food. FULL STORY »

Warm up this Spring with ginger-mango glazed short ribs

Warm-up with this easy slow cooker recipe. Short ribs bathed in a ginger-mango barbecue sauce will help brighten this cold start to Spring. FULL STORY »

Beef Quiz: Exports start 2014 on a positive note

U.S. beef exports opened the new year on a positive note, take our quiz here to test your knowledge of beef trends. FULL STORY »

Free BQA certification still available

For a second year, your checkoff-funded Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) program is giving you the chance to become certified for free thanks to a partnership with Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc. (BIVI) and the Beef Cattle Institute (BCI) housed at Kansas State University. FULL STORY »

Students get farm-to-table view of beef process

The beef checkoff, through its Northeast Beef Promotion Initiative (NEBPI), facilitated a culinary school tour of Old Line Custom Meats Company in Baltimore, Md. on March 15. A culinary purchasing class from Howard Community College (HCC) of Columbia, Md., spent the morning exploring an unfamiliar aspect of the cattle industry: beef processing. FULL STORY »

Checkoff helps bring Schmacon™ to market

Global food industry leaders recently pronounced Schmacon™ smoked and cured glazed beef slices, an award recipient of the prestigious 2014 Food and Beverage Innovations Award (FABI) presented by the National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show. FULL STORY »

Did You Know ... Audio Shorts

There’s a new bacon in town, and it’s called Schmacon. Schmaltz Deli Co. is officially introducing Schmacon, which is a beef alternative to regular bacon. FULL STORY »

CBB’s Anne Anderson talks Speckle Park, Wagyu & the beef business

Cattlemen rarely stop and the hardest working among them are appointed to the CBB. Meet Secretary/Treasurer Anne Anderson, a cow-calf and stocker operator from Austin and Menard, Texas. FULL STORY »

Beef exports start 2014 on positive note

U.S. beef exports opened the new year on a positive note, but market conditions suggest that 2014 could be a challenging year, according to statistics released by the USDA and compiled by USMEF, a contractor to the Beef Checkoff Program. FULL STORY »

Beef Checkoff highlighted at New England Meat Conference

The beef checkoff was honored as a Crown Roast sponsor at the 2014 New England Meat Conference in Concord, N.H., March 7-8. A partnership between the national beef checkoff's Northeast Beef Promotion Initiative, the Vermont Beef Industry Council and the Pennsylvania Beef Council's Northeast Dairy Beef Quality Assurance Contract helped highlight the latest checkoff efforts to more than 300 New England packers, restaurant operators, retailers, producers, and meat cutters at the conference. FULL STORY »

Feeder cattle review: Weather, light receipts limit market action Play video

By midweek weather patterns had turned spring-like across much of the United States and despite already record-high price levels, “grass fever” is bound to be an epidemic for the balance of the month. FULL STORY »

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