Check out the major stories from Drovers CattleNetwork during the week of August 24-28.
Consumer Reports study confuses serious safety issues, potentially misleading consumers about beef safety
A Consumer Reports study released yesterday includes misleading information that could increase consumer confusion about food safety heading into the Labor Day weekend, say beef safety experts.
Ground meat and exotic game meats, particularly those ordered from online retailers, sometimes are mislabeled and contain different animal species according to two recent food-science studies from Chapman University in California.
Presidential candidates will outline their visions for rural America during RFD-TV News' Rural Town Hall series.National Cattlemen’s Beef Association President Philip Ellis statement regarding Federal Court ruling in North Dakota that will Block EPA and the Army Corps' “Waters of the United States” rule.
He woke up early. It was 4:00 AM and he was hungry. In the darkness, a light rain was falling. He got dressed quietly so he wouldn't awaken his wife. "Almost cold enough for the first snow of the season, " he thought.
A U.S. court on Thursday blocked a federal clean water rule from going into effect in certain states until a legal challenge has been resolved, handing a victory to states and business groups that have strongly opposed the regulation.
"That’s the thing about show moms and the friendships formed between us. We "get" each other. We understand each other in ways those outside of the show world simply cannot."
This Wednesday, August 26 was #NationalDogDay and Drovers CattleNetwork got to hear from our readers which color cattle dog they preferred, red or blue?