Courtesy of kla.org
NCBA, KLA and other cattle organizations across the country are encouraging Congress to swiftly approve the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). The trade package, if ratified by Congress, would continue science-based, duty-free trade for U.S. beef producers.
Mexico… Continue reading
By: Steve Suther
Depending on which side of the gate you’re on, it was heartening or worrisome to see cattle and beef prices recover coming into spring. Cattle markets are widely reported in farm and ranch media, but beef… Continue reading
Conflicting sources of information about food and nutrition and confusing label claims make it difficult for families to navigate grocery aisles around the world according to a new global survey sponsored by the Enough Movement. Key findings showed that people… Continue reading
Bang for your buck.
Getting more bang for your buck is always a goal in life. This holds true for both beef producers and consumers. Almost everyone likes a good steak, but good steaks are generally considered expensive. One way… Continue reading
Cargill Feed for Thought Survey: U.S., Brazilian consumers more likely to buy beef raised without antibiotics
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Surveys comparing consumer attitudes in the two largest beef-producing countries – the United States and Brazil – reveals several important trends in purchasing preference that are influenced by how beef is raised… Continue reading
By: David Saxowsky, Associate Professor
NDSU Agriculture Communication — Feb. 11, 2014
NDSU Agribusiness and Applied Economics Department
Americans enjoy relatively low-cost food when measured as a percent of our
income. For several decades, food expenditures in the U.S. have… Continue reading