As the beef industry struggles through falling prices, NCBA CEO Colin Woodall shares the latest about availability of USDA meat inspectors, keeping beef packing plants up and running, and securing emergency aid for cattle producers.
FDA said there are no shortages of food at grocery stores and it is postponing routine domestic inspections during pandemic.
Mississippi River has at least 50% chance of moderate flooding that could coincide with cities dealing with COVID-19 pandemic.
Disinfectants in livestock facilities do not cause resistant bacteria if applied correctly.
New state-of-the-art facility is capable of producing five to six semi loads of feed per hour.
Company has implemented several measures, including enhanced sanitation efforts and heightened heath protocols.
Feed, grain, oilseed and feed value chain partners urge classification of "essential" business during COVID-19 disruption.
Doughty was promoted to president and CEO of Butterball in 2014, where he remained until 2018.
Maryland ban sunsets in four years.
Agricultural groups concerned they will not have access to all skilled immigrant labor needed at this critical time.