The U.S. Cattlemen's Assn. recently signed a petition seeking revisions to how faux burgers are labeled in the marketplace. In this article, Feedstuffs contributing writer Chuck Jolley talks with USCA president Kenny Graner to learn more.
Lives were lost but because of the losses many more lives have subsequently been lived happily and disease free, at least free of diseases spread by contaminated food.
The debate over any farm bill never just ‘begins.’ To use a terrible pun, the debate is organic; an ongoing, living thing that never stops.
Some say let’s move on and forget about the recent situation at HSUS but that’s actually a bit short-sighted particularly when looking at the big picture related to the animal right movement.
This year's Super Bowl advertisers turned to the power of demonstrating shared values in order to connect with today’s consumer.
A new rule has been introduced that will allow more swine slaughter facilities to participate in HIMP, the HACCP-Based Inspection Models Project.
Assuring stability and vibrancy of North Carolina's livestock and poultry farms is the goal.
Before I left Nebraska for the U.S. Department of Agriculture Undersecretary for Food Safety position, I really was not too fussy about what I ate or how I prepared it.
The ag industry desperately needs a large number of reliable and legal workers.
"Clean meat" making livestock obsolete? It’s sort of like claiming Prius would make pickup trucks obsolete.