Chuck Jolley

Jolley: About that Iowa ‘ag-gag” bill

Sarah Hubbart, Communications Director at Animal Agriculture Alliance, blogging for Meatingplace.com, wrote, “Iowa’s governor signed a hotly-debated bill into law that makes it a crime for individuals or organizations to fraudulently gain access to a farm with the intent to cause harm. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with social media agvocate Brandi Buzzard

I first heard from Kansas State University’s Brandi Buzzard a few years ago when all she wanted was just some equal time. FULL STORY »

Jolley: About that farm bill

Four years ago, the debate about a new farm bill seemed to get a lot more coverage. It was in the news all the time. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five Minutes with Bill Donald, the exit interview

Last week, Bill Donald wrapped up one of the most interesting and tumultuous years in this industry when he stepped down as president of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five Minutes - John Nalivka & the shrinking cattle herd

Last Saturday the Des Moines Register reported the “combination of drought and heat in the Southwest accelerated what was already a tight supply of cattle in the U.S. last year, dropping the total herd to 90.8 million animals, the lowest total since 1952, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Friday.” FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with animal rights extremism

The extreme elements of the animal rights movement, led by outfits like the Animal Liberation Front (ALF), had been strangely quiet for several years. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Talking with veteran CBB member Larry Echols

Larry Echols runs a cow/calf and stocker operation near Gap Mills in this southernmost region of the state. “We raise some cattle, some sheep and a little hay,” he said when I talked with him during the holiday season. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Going back to 40 acres & a mule?

Forty acres plus a mule was the promise made to the slaves who were freed during General Sherman’s Civil War march to the sea. Most of the delivered acreage was abandoned rice plantations around Charleston, South Carolina. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with the mythcrushing Janet Riley

Myths about meat – they are as common as the air we breathe. Some have been passed from generation to generation; a disturbingly wrong number have been perpetrated by people who do it simply because they are staunchly anti-carnivore. FULL STORY »

Jolley: 5 Minutes with Joe Maxwell, HSUS Dir. of Rural Outreach

HSUS responds to last week's interview with Nebraska's Pete McClymont, president of We Support Agriculture, a group formed to fight HSUS efforts in the Cornhusker state. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with We Support Agriculture's Pete McClymont

Pete McClymont is Vice President of Legislative Affairs for the Nebraska Cattlemen. It’s a job that might make for an interesting interview, especially in today’s interesting political climate. It’s his other job, though, that caught my attention. He’s president of a new special interest group called “We Support Agriculture.” FULL STORY »

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