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USCA Comments on Changes to FSIS Standards and Labeling

WASHINGTON - The United States Cattlemen’s Association (USCA) submitted comments today to the Food Safety and Inspection Services regarding changes to the Standards and Labeling Policy Book on “P... Read More

Cattle Handling Tips for High Heat and Humidity

A heat stress forecast is as important to a cattle producer, as the rain forecast is to a crop producer. Checking a heat index, and adapting handling to the forecast, will help mitigate risk when working cattle during summer months. Rob Eirich, Nebr... Read More

Handling Facilities Cut the Stress

QUESTION: We need to rework our corral and get a new chute. Do you have any suggestions? Who makes the best chutes? ANSWER: Asking who makes the best cattle chute is sort of like asking who makes the best pickup truck. Want to start a fight? Start... Read More

Back to school with Beef. It's What's For Dinner.

DENVER, -- To help get the school year off to a happy and healthy start, Beef. It's What's For Dinner. is making it easier than ever to incorporate beef into packed lunches with the Best. School. Lunch. Ever! recipe collection. The Best. School. ... Read More

(Video) Film Features Nebraska Sandhills Ranch

It is a documentary featuring the rolling Nebraska Sandhills, but it is not about the sandy soil and mixed prairies. "It's really a film about doing the right thing, working hard, being decent to your fellow human being and the animals that are in... Read More

NC PAC the Pasture

Halsey- AL Ranch, north of Halsey has welcomed guests from around the world. On Friday, the family hosted the first ever ‘PAC in the Pasture’, an effort to bring awareness and funds to the political action committee of the Nebraska Cattlemen. “... Read More

NCBA Reaffirms Unwavering Support for Beef Checkoff

DENVER  — The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) is fully committed to the Beef Checkoff Program and the state beef councils who carry out necessary demand-building programs on behalf of the industry. For more than 50 years, state beef... Read More

R-Calf USA Seeks Injunction of Beef Checkoff Funds in Thirteen More States

National independent rancher group Ranchers-Cattlemen Action Legal Fund, United Stockgrowers of America (R-CALF USA) today moved to expand their legal campaign to end the administration of the Beef Checkoff program by the U.S. Department of Agr... Read More

Quinter Ranch To Host KLA/K-State Ranch  Field Day Monday

Tyler and Kassie Remington will host Monday's (8/13) KLA/Kansas State University Ranch Management Field Day on their ranch near Quinter. The family grows feed for their cowherd on irrigated and dryland acreage, including cover crops and annual fora... Read More

Angus Genetics Inc. Hires Geneticist

The American Angus Association® and Angus Genetics Inc. (AGI) welcome Dr. Duc Lu as a newly named research geneticist for the cattle industry’s leading genetic evaluation center.  In his position, Dr. Lu will analyze AGI’s delivery of weekly ... Read More

Flexibility for Livestock Haulers

Nebraska ag producers are good stewards of our state’s natural resources and responsibly manage 45.2 million acres of farm and ranchland. Because of our state’s landscape, we are home to a livestock industry that contributes $12.1 billion to the ... Read More