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  • Jul 13, 2012

    Drought Means More Beef In The Short Term

    Increasing supplies of beef in the short term are likely as drought-induced culling and lighter placements continue for another year. But those same drought concerns are darkening prospects for the bin-busting crop predicted earlier in the growing season....More
  • Jun 29, 2012

    Opinion: Some Random Thoughts On Random Topics

    Like all of you, my mind often wanders and ponders many things as I go about my work week. Here’s a sampling of my thoughts on a few different issues that cropped up this week....More
  • Jun 28, 2012

    Bug Bites Can Turn You Vegetarian 5

    It sounds like science fiction, but researchers believe that more than 1,500 people in 17 states have developed allergic reactions to red meat after being bitten by the Lone Star Tick....More
  • Jun 21, 2012

    The Balancing Act Of Consumer Perception 3

    With today’s consumers far removed from first-hand knowledge of the production process, they are increasingly being swayed to the belief that modern agriculture is somehow bad for consumers and/or producers. Thus, the industry must not only develop a more comprehensive strategy to defend valid production practices, but be proactive rather than reactive in the process....More
  • Jun 6, 2012

    Consumer Trend: Bigger, Better, But More Spendy Burgers

    Memorial Day weekend is officially the kickoff to summer grilling season, and now that it’s passed, many are speculating whether consumers will be splurging on meat or saving their money this summer. As food prices rise, what is the latest consumer trend? Despite the cost, it appears Americans are still in love with big, juicy burgers and steaks!...More
  • May 28, 2012

    Roper Apparel Celebrates Beef Month

    From Asian short ribs to Greek steaks, amateur chefs and ranchers brought a taste of world cuisine to BEEF magazine in celebration of May Beef Month. Winners of the ground beef and steak recipe contests receive $125 boot gift certificates from Roper Apparel. Today, we announce the best summer grilling recipe....More
  • May 17, 2012

    Videos: Sizzling Steaks, Family Dinners, Chef Creations

    Two new checkoff-funded “Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner” online advertising video commercials will be making their world debut this week. Just like the classic Sam Elliot spots, these are sure to be instant classics! The advertisements were created by the beef checkoff program and will generate millions of impressions online....More
  • Apr 25, 2012

    Consumer Magazines Brag On Beef 2

    Want to improve your strength and endurance, increase your muscle mass while reducing fat, and live a long, healthy life? Beef may be the answer, according to leading health magazines....More
  • Apr 24, 2012

    What is Beef Demand Doing?

    If you judge beef demand by wholesale values, you likely turned a little queasy in March, thinking about those extra replacement heifers prowling the pasture....More
  • Apr 23, 2012

    Calling All Carnivores: Is Eating Meat Ethical? 9

    Thousands of readers entered essays explaining the ethics of eating meat in a contest hosted by The New York Times (NYT). The panel of judges, which includes Mark Bittman, Jonathan Safran Foer, Andrew Light, Michael Pollan and Peter Singer, have narrowed down the essays to a final six. Today is the last day to vote on your favorite; don’t miss your chance to represent American agriculture and select one that most closely aligns with your views....More
  • Apr 9, 2012

    Will You Buy A Soldier A Steak? 4

    I’m thankful to have the freedom to pursue my dreams here in the U.S. For that I give thanks to the men and women in our military, who make great sacrifices to protect my freedoms. Too often, these individuals are taken for granted, and we can always do more to say thanks. That’s why I’m so proud to support the All-American Beef Battalion (AABB), a non-profit organization committed to thanking the troops with American beef....More
  • Apr 5, 2012

    Feeding 9 Billion Demands Industry Changes

    While just about everyone understands that by 2050—in just 38 years—the world population will burgeon to 9 billion people, what's yet unknown is the effect that will have on the structure of ag markets and ag-related companies, from multi-national corporations all the way to the ranch gate....More

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