Approximately $39 million to be invested in beef promotion, research, industry information and foreign marketing.
Lawsuit alleges processors illegally shared data and agreed not to recruit growers from one another to suppress market.
Changes help protect U.S. cattle herd against introduction of bovine TB and brucellosis via imported animals while facilitating safe trade of unaffected animals.
Transaction includes natural, grated, cultured and specialty cheese businesses in U.S. and Canada and other international cheese businesses.
MCOOL supporters look to revive preferred meat labeling through “Made in USA” claims.
Reliable and resilient agricultural supply chains remain essential in aftermath of pandemic.
Data to help producers improve profitability, which is key part of improving sustainability.
Changes will make Livestock Risk Plan more affordable and provide better coverage to cattle and swine producers.
MOUs with 15 state beef councils challenged on grounds USDA did not allow for public comment.