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Students, faculty and alumni involved in third annual Range Day

CHADRON – Chadron State College students, faculty and alumni totaled more than half the nearly 200 attendees at the Upper Niobrara White Natural Resource District’s (UNWNRD) annual Range Day on ca... Read More

Court Documents Allege Hundreds of Millions of Pounds of Imported Beef Likely Being Mislabeled as Product of USA

Billings, Mont. - In court documents filed Friday, ranch groups R-CALF USA and the Cattle Producers of Washington (CPoW) reinforced their allegation that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is unlawfully helping multinational meatpackers mi... Read More

Cattlemen Kick Off Campaign to Prevent Farms, Ranches From Being Regulated Like Toxic Superfund Sites

WASHINGTON  - The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) today kicked off a media campaign aimed at spotlighting and correcting a recent court decision that will require livestock producers to comply with laws that are only meant to apply t... Read More

Angus Foundation Heifer and Featured Packages Raise $278,000

Since 1980, the Angus Foundation has sold high-end heifers in the Heifer Package to generate funds for Angus youth, education and research efforts. The tradition continued at the 2018 National Western Stock Show (NWSS) in Denver, Colorado, on Wednesd... Read More

U.S. urges Japan to eliminate import restrictions on U.S. beef

The United States has urged Japan to eliminate import restrictions on U.S. beef aimed at preventing the spread of mad cow disease, in the latest push from Washington to open up the Japanese market to U.S. farm imports, bilateral diplomatic sources sa... Read More

Oklahoma Beef Council Embezzler Sentenced

Much of the money is gone and will likely never be paid back. But, former Oklahoma Beef Council Chair Tom Fanning had two words to say after Melissa Morton was sentenced for embezzling $2.6 million dollars from OBC: “Justice served.” Morton wa... Read More

The 112th National Western Stock Show Kicks Off with Record-Breaking Weekend Attendance

The National Western Stock Show is excited to announce a record-breaking opening weekend.  The annual Colorado tradition brought in crowds totaling 103,546 for the first two days of its sixteen-day event. Previously, the largest opening weekend was ... Read More

Missouri Cattleman's Association County Affiliates Receive Recognition

The Missouri Cattlemen's Association recognized three county affiliates for their strong membership and diligent efforts in promoting the cattle industry. The awards were presented during the 50th Annual Missouri Cattle Industry Convention and Trade ... Read More

Cattle 'Ponzi Scheme' Loses $1.5 Million, Lands Rustler in Jail

A California man has been arrested after allegedly defrauding more than a million dollars from prospective cattle buyers in a scheme that spanned four states. Justin Tyler Greer, 36, was arrested Dec. 28 in Tarzan, Texas, after being suspected of ... Read More

California Man Arrested in Fraudulent Cattle Buying Scheme

A California man was arrested in Texas last month after being suspected of investment fraud, embezzlement and cattle theft. Drovers Cattle Network reports Justin Tyler Greer, 36, is suspected of defrauding seven victims out of $1.5 million. The in... Read More

Groups Request Investigation Surrounding JBS Plant Delisting

In their complaint filed  Wenesday with the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, R-CALF USA and its Ohio affiliate, Buckeye Quality Beef Association, request an investigation into the events surround the delisting of the JBS-owned beef packing in Sou... Read More