Chuck Jolley

Jolley: Sugie Sartwelle Talks BQA Programs

Sugie (pronounced 'shugi' as in sugar) Sartwelle is a Cattlemen's Beef Board (CBB) member, a life-long Texas cattlewoman and a long-time Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) advocate. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with antibiotics (and my pet pig)

For now, let’s focus on the use of antibiotics with all creatures, great and small. We will examine pigs as well as people, cows, goats, chickens and cats. FULL STORY »

Jolley: I saw history being made

The reason for this gathering was the annual North American Meat Association (NAMA) Management Conference. More importantly, though, was a chance to witness the first step leading to an historic marriage of NAMA with the American Meat Institute (AMI). FULL STORY »

Five Minutes with Nicholas Kristof, a parody on his NYT column

Nicholas Kristof is a New York Times columnist who occasionally writes about food, constantly attacking modern agriculture, always repeating what he's learned from an interesting cabal of very elitist foodies. 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 »

Jolley: Quick! What are we eating?

Before you feed another calf, plant another row of corn or wonder about the wisdom of winter wheat, maybe you should think about what your fellow citizens are really eating. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five Minutes with the "Not Cool" Farm Bill

Maybe I should subtitle this column "Forever With the Farm Bill." Five minutes just won't cut it for something so complicated and cumbersome that it seems to always be a bone of contention. It's supposed to be a five year plan but just as soon as we get past the six or seven years it takes to put it together, we're off and running on the next 'plan.' FULL STORY »

CBB's Joan Ruskamp talks about building a family and a business

Joan Ruskamp describes the feed lot business: "It's like running a hotel. We have lots of rooms to put cattle and we want to keep them happy and well-fed while they're here." FULL STORY »

Five minutes with Chuck Schroeder and the RFI (Part II)

Chuck Schroeder is wrapping his hands around a new challenge as the Executive Director of the Rural Futures Institute at the University of Nebraska. It was something he touched on in our previous conversation. I asked him a few more questions about what he wants to accomplish as he moves the Institute forward. FULL STORY »

Five minutes with Chuck Schroeder and the Rural Futures Institute

Chuck Schroeder has been in the cowboy biz for a long time. He grew up on a Southwestern Nebraska ranch, headed up the National Cattlemen's Beef Association during its formative stage and took the lead in reviving an ailing Cowboy Hall of Fame. FULL STORY »

Jolley: How the farm bill is like taking out the trash

The farm bill seems like it might become a victim of yet another 'continuing resolution' until the auctioning of elected officials' votes is done, giving a broader meaning to the term 'sale barn.' FULL STORY »

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