Hidden agendas in Washington, D.C.? Can we trust those in government to report the truth when it comes to data on such things as food safety?
If I was comfortable administering a beta-blocker to an unborn 36-week-old infant, do you really think I worry about eating any meat product that saw a beta-agonist in its feed when it was alive?
There is absolutely no truth to the claim that the beef checkoff program has weakened the U.S. cattle industry by helping importers capture a greater share of the domestic market.
The FAO report is a wake-up call, for all, to act now for the betterment of food security and nutrition for the world.
USMEF has long been on the front lines of international ag trade and Borror is uniquely positioned to be ‘up close and personal’ when it comes to the finer points of the economic impact of tariffs.
The new electronic logging device mandate carries an agriculture exemption for good reason.
Do not be satisfied with just being sustainable, be regenerative.
Governments need to let science drive trade access decisions regarding safety, and then let the marketplace determine via consumer choice which production practices or genetic traits are deemed acceptable.
In this a few minutes segment, Chuck Jolley talks with animal rights activist Jacy Reese of the Sentience Institute.