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A Hold on CERCLA and EPCRA Reporting Requirements for Air Releases of Hazardous Substances from Animal Waste at Farms

A new livestock emissions reporting rule was set to take effect on Wednesday, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency asked a federal court to stay the rule to allow the agency to help farmers prepar... Read More

Calving workshops at six locations in December

Ranchers who want to reduce calf loss at calving and to learn how to properly assist cows at calving should plan to attend “Assisting the Beef Cow at Calving” programs at six locations in December, with Dr. Robert Mortimer, a nationally known vet... Read More

Mexico Looks to Beef up Agriculture Trade with Russia

Russia says it wants to import up to 300,000 metric tons of beef a year from Mexico as the two countries strengthen bilateral trade in farm goods. With Russian beef production stagnating, and demand showing signs of recovery, other Latin American na... Read More

American Angus Association Names 2018 Angus Ambassador

Sydni Lienemann, Princeton, Nebraska, will represent more than 25,000 Angus breeders as the 2018 Angus Ambassador. A freshman majoring in animal science and agricultural economics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lienemann competed against f... Read More

Cattle seminar Nov. 15 at NCTA

CURTIS, Neb. — Nebraska’s cattle industry and a global perspective for producers and consumers will be featured Wednesday, Nov. 15 during a public seminar at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis. “The U.S. Beef Cattle Prod... Read More

American Angus Association Elects New Officers, Board Leadership

The American Angus Association® announced the 2017-2018 board of directors and officers elected by state delegates during the 134th Annual Convention of Delegates in Fort Worth, Texas. Those elected to serve the Association for a second three-year... Read More

Nutrient demands of cows grazing cornstalks

LINCOLN — As fall harvest comes to a close many cows will be turned out on cornstalks to graze the crop residue left after harvest for the winter. This can be an economical forage resource for many producers. Keeping feed costs low while maintainin... Read More

10 Youth Receive Jack and Donna Vanier Family Scholarship

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Ten National Junior Hereford Association (NJHA) members were awarded a $10,000 Jack & Donna Vanier Scholarship Oct. 27 at the American Hereford Association (AHA) Hereford Honorees Reception during the AHA Annual Meeting and C... Read More

American Angus Association Announces Acquisition of Verified Beef

American Angus Association announced today it has entered into an agreement to acquire the assets of Verified Beef, including its proprietary Reputation Feeder Cattle® program. The deal underscores the Association’s commitment to programs that in... Read More

R-CALF USA: Checkoff Contractor Undermining President Trump’s Trade Policy

Billings, Mont. – In a complaint and request for investigation filed yesterday with Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue and United States Trade Ambassador Robert Lighthizer, R-CALF USA accused a major Beef Checkoff Program recipient, the U.S. Meat E... Read More

Cargill Aiming for Birth to Burger Beef Audit

Cargill plans to launch new technology in tracking cattle to develop a verified sustainability standard for consumers. Called the Cargill Canadian Beef Sustainability Acceleration pilot, the effort should move the company's customers a step closer to... Read More