A guilty plea has been entered by a former Oklahoma Beef Council who was accused of embezzling $2.6 million in checkoff funds.
Nearly three dozen consumer, environmental and public health groups on Thursday pressed privately held In-N-Out Burger to make good on its vow to set time lines for phasing out the use of beef raised with antibiotics vital to human health.
Nebraska statutes require property owners to keep trees or bushes out of fences that divide their property from a neighbor’s.
Market analysts will watch Memorial Day weekend beef sales for indications of consumer demand and where cattle markets are headed this summer.
The U.S. Meat Export Federation announced that long-time President and CEO Philip Seng will step down Dec. 1 of this year. USMEF senior vice president for marketing, Dan Halstrom will become USMEF president on Sept. 1 and assume the title CEO on Dec. 1. Seng will remain as CEO emeritus through July 2018.
Corn market participants often dismiss U.S. crop condition scores as meaningless, especially this early in the season. While they are still highly subject to change, the initial rating sets the tone for the growing season and can even cap yield potential – but do not expect a change to production outlooks just yet.
The World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) published a global strategy to address the topic of antimicrobial resistance, and continues that discussion in meetings this week.
For the entire U.S., the percent of the U.S. with no dry (D0) or drought (D1-D4) conditions in May have exceeded 80 percent for the first time since the Drought Monitor began publication in 2000.
Brazilian meatpacker JBS SA's stocks and bonds plunged on Monday as investors worried about the legal and financial consequences stemming from its central role in Brazil's latest corruption scandal.
Leaders from Canadian and U.S. beef organizations agree keeping NAFTA going is important for producers in both countries.