Category Archives: Cattle

American beef most sustainable, environmentally responsible in the world

Thanks to early adoption of innovative grazing practices combined with advances in cattle breeding and nutrition, U.S. producers have already employed many of the suggested practices that the study suggests…

Radical Colorado initiative equates animal husbandry with sexual assault

CO proposes animal cruelty initiative would impact animal ag Western Livestock Journal Anna Miller, WLJ managing editor A proposed 2022 ballot measure in Colorado would devastate animal agriculture as we…

Flashback: How one green group is buying up grazing allotments to keep cattle off the range

Originally published in the Spring 2020 issue of RANGE magazine Hostile Takeover: How Grand Canyon Trust is driving real ranchers off the range By Marjorie Haun Giving credit where credit…

Ranchers and livestock bearing the cost of brucellosis

ADDRESSING BRUCELLOSIS WITH HELP RANCHERS AND WILDLIFE Brian Yablonski of the Property and Environment Research Center, As posted in Northern Ag Net In a move that will benefit both ranchers…

“Big 4” beef packing firms subpoenaed in antitrust investigation

by Greg Henderson Drovers DOJ Subpoenas Big 4 Beef Packers The Department of Justice has formally demanded information from America’s Big 4 U.S. beef packers regarding potential antitrust violations, Bloomberg…

With abundance of domestic cattle, President Trump suggests ending imports

Colter Brown for Northern Ag Net President Trump suggests terminating cattle imports At the announcement of the details of the USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program on Tuesday morning, President Trump…

Meat Processing Plant Closures Prove the PRIME Act is Needed, Now More Than Ever

The PRIME Act or Processing Revival and Intrastate Meat Exemption Act, would giving small-scale farms and ranchers better access to slaughtering facilities by authorizing the sale of locally-slaughtered meat to…

Ranchers applaud, special interest groups decry, BLM management plans for down-sized Utah monuments

Amy Joi O’Donoghue for the Deseret News Interior approves final management plans for Bears Ears, Grand Staircase SALT LAKE CITY — The U.S. Department of Interior approved final management plans…

In the absence of grazing, grasslands turn to deserts

Posted by Watts Up With That? What’s Natural? No Meat for You! by Jim Steele New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio recently announced NYC’s New Green Deal and his plan…