Issues That Matter

ICE cracks down on businesses

The immigration issue has heated up in Washington, D.C. U.S. federal immigration agents issued inspection notices to hundreds of businesses across 17 sectors, including food and agriculture, last month. FULL STORY »

Multi-university team zeroes in on feed efficiency

A 1 percent improvement in beef cattle feed efficiency could return as much as $700 million annually to U.S. producers, Iowa State University animal scientist Dorian Garrick, PhD, told participants in last month’s Beef Improvement Federation conference. FULL STORY »

Rural economy healthy, farmland prices soften

The economy in rural, agriculturally dependent areas in a 10-state region continues to expand at a positive pace. FULL STORY »

Inflation brings media spotlight to food

Our top story tonight: Your dinner, and your breakfast and lunch, too. FULL STORY »

Traceable molecules, traceable food

For many consumers, food traceability and process verification are important. Growing numbers of consumers want details about the meat they purchase, and if the label says “natural,” “grass finished” or “humanely raised,” they want documentation to back up those claims. FULL STORY »

CBB, NCBA leadership agree to move forward

The officers and leadership representing the Cattlemen’s Beef Board and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association met in Denver May 3–4 to discuss their mutual commitment to the Beef Checkoff and to working together in the future. FULL STORY »

Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course

The 57th annual Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course, sponsored by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service, is scheduled Aug. 1-3 at Texas A&M University in College Station. FULL STORY »

Texas records driest March since 1895

Texas remains ground-zero in an historic and extreme drought that now stretches from Arizona to Florida. FULL STORY »

New livestock organization gathers steam

With consumer values increasingly determined by fear and insecurity fueled by pop culture, a coalition of agricultural groups wanting to counter the misinformation formed the U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance about a year ago. FULL STORY »

Beef slaughter weights declining

Higher cattle prices and increasing costs for feeding cattle are helping send cattle to market at lighter weights this spring, and in some cases, the decrease is dramatic. FULL STORY »

Connecting with consumers

Without consumer trust, agricultural producers can expect more regulation and associated costs. FULL STORY »

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