For the fourth time, the World Trade Organization has ruled that U.S. country of origin (COOL) regulations violate international traded laws. Canada and Mexico are now free to retaliate against the U.S.
Concerns about how consumers will react to the high retail price of beef continue to mount. But the torrid pace of beef demand in the first quarter of the year seems to dispel those worries. Check out this and more in this week’s Trending Headlines.
If you need any justification for all the stuff that’s accumulated in your shop, the barn, the shed and everyplace else, read on. Plus, learn about how more beef producers are jumping on the BQA bandwagon in this week’s trending headlines.
A growing body of evidence suggests that supplementing cows during pregnancy offers benefits far beyond just cow body condition. And things are happening in a land far away from your pastures that may change the beef business for the good.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln ranching practicum will bring boots-on-the-ground science to progressive ranchers. The year-long course at the Gudmundsen Sandhills Laboratory will provide hands-on, practical education.