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RIngling bros circus responds to animal welfare extremists
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® Won’t Back Down To Animal Rights Extremists 53
The family-owned Feld Entertainment takes a firmly proactive stance against animal rights activists and refuses to be bullied. The offer the same advice to beef producers.
corn planting slow in 2013 crop progress
USDA Crop Progress Report: 95% Of Corn Planted; Emergence at 85%
USDA's June 9 Crop Progress report indicates corn planting in the 18 selected states is at 95%, just off the 98% pace of the five-year average. Pasture and range is generally in Fair to Good condition.
Canada files list of U.S. commodities for possible retaliation
Canada Releases List Of Commodities Under Consideration For COOL Retaliatory Action
Canada has released a list of U.S. commodities it is considering for possible relaliation under the World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement process over country-of-origin labeling.
carriage drivers, cattlemen share animal welfare concerns
Carriage Drivers, Cattlemen Share Animal Welfare Concerns 5
Palmetto Carriage Works entertains more than 100,000 tourists each year on an hour-long tour of the historic port city of Charleston, SC.
state of beef industry survey results down
Mother Nature Keeping Beef Producers On Edge
With fundamentals portending prosperous times for the cattle industry about the last decade, the industry has seemed to lurch from one expansion-dampening crisis such to another.
cow-calf efficiency research
Cow-Calf Efficiency Symposium Agenda Is Finalized
The premier of this annual research symposium on cow-calf efficiency is set for Sept. 12-13 on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus. The symposium is a result of an research endowment from Ken & Caroline Eng.
lean finely textured beef
What The Industry Learned From Being “Pink Slimed” 2
James Dickson, Iowa State University professor of meat science, says the BPI experience has dampened enthusiasm among some food innovators regarding new, alternative processes.
oil lease advice for ranchers
Attorney Advises Landowners On Oil And Gas Lease 2
Attorney James Decker’s advice to ranchers entering lease agreements for oil and gas exploration on their land is to have a lawyer with expertise on mineral rights on your team.
Kenneth Eng cow-confinement research
Early Weaning May Offer No Feed Savings Advantage 11
The conventional wisdom is that early weaning of calves allows their dams to gain condition, resulting in feed savings and better rebreeding rates. Preliminary results of new research at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), however, seem to contradict that.
cow-calf efficiency symposium
Eng Foundation To Hold Sept. 12-13 Cow Efficiency Symposium 1
A body of cow efficiency work from three universities will be presented from noon to noon on Sept. 12-13 at UNL’s Johnny Carson Center. It’s the first in an annual series of research symposia underwritten by a $2-million endowment by the Dr. Kenneth and Caroline McDonald Eng Foundation. Other universities participating include Texas A&M University and Oklahoma State University. The public is invited to attend.
meat inspector
Will FSIS Furlough Hold The Food System Hostage? 6
Unless a budget deal is reached by March 1 in Washington, $1 trillion in mandatory cuts to virtually all federal programs will be implemented. Among the cuts USDA has announced is a 15-day furlough of federal meat inspectors.
scott george, ncba president, ag security
U.S. Agriculture Is Critical To National Security
“Our industry is so impacted today in so many ways and there’s a limited amount of influence we can have. I don’t care if you’re a cattle feeder, cow-calf, dairy or veal producer, we need to band together to help ourselves,” Scott George says.
Scott George, NCBA president, beef
Wyoming Dairyman To Lead NCBA In 2013 1
When it comes to an overall view of the U.S. beef business, it’s tough to think of a National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) incoming president with a broader industry perspective than Scott George. A dairy farmer from Cody, WY, he’s part of a family operation that includes cow-calf and stocker production. He and his brothers also operate the local American Breeders Service dealership, breeding several thousand head of beef cattle annually. Plus, they raise all the corn needs, and the majority of hay, required to feed their beef and dairy herds, in addition to some small grains.
BEEF 50 Nominating Period Begins Feb. 1
As a kickoff to our 50th year of publication, which starts in September, BEEF editors want to recognize the important contributors to the beef industry’s success of the past half-century. Thus, we plan to present our BEEF 50, a September issue commemoration of 50 top beef industry contributors. We'll begin soliciting nominations from readers beginning in February, with the final selections to be made by an independent panel of beef industry experts. Watch beefmagazine.com for more details.
2012 Election results
After A $2-Billion Election, Status Quo Prevails
Reader surveys and online polls ahead of the November presidential election consistently indicated that BEEF readers preferred Republican nominee Mitt Romney by a wide margin over Barack Obama. And that support within agriculture for the Republican nominee appears to have been wider than just beef producers.

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