Both to be held in San Antonio, Texas, in early February Note: Honored will be the late Don Oppliger, Oppliger Land and Cattle, not Opplinger. CENTENNIAL, CO (Nov. 14, 2019) – Cattle feeders will honor their own Feb. 4, 2020, during their 11th annual banquet, held for the second year in conjunction with the nation’s largest…Read More
ISU Armstrong Farm will host BQAT session on Dec. 16. Photo by Beth Doran. LEWIS, Iowa – Beef Quality Assurance Transportation (BQAT) certification will be required for commercial beef haulers and producers who deliver fed-cattle directly to most major packing plants beginning January 1, 2020. This program plays a critical role in the health and…Read More
Courtesy of kla.org The Kansas Beef Council (KBC) is providing support to a national beef video campaign this holiday season. Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner. is releasing a new beef drool log video that will add holiday flavor to workplaces, dinner parties or nights at home with the family. The drool log is a…Read More
By : Philip Durst, Elizabeth Ferry and David Thompson, Michigan State University Extension To gain a better understanding of the direct impacts to farmer raising animals for food productions MSU Extension led a nationwide survey to help determine what effect these new rules had across food animal species and across farms on a national level. What happened…Read More
Beef Cattle Institute, Bayer Animal Health host beef industry tour for international cattle producers, veterinarians
A group of veterinarians, cow/calf producers, feedlot managers and nutritionists from Mexico participate in a five-day training at Kansas State University on beef production in the U.S. MANHATTAN — The Beef Cattle Institute at Kansas State University and Bayer Animal Health teamed up recently to give 19 individuals from the cattle industry in Mexico special training and an…Read More
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