The Not So COOL Reason You Won’t Know Where Your Steak Came From

The Not So COOL Reason You May Soon Not Know Where Your Steak Came From

Cases of bovine spongiform encephalopathy—mad cow disease—have been reported in Brazil as recently as 2014. When a cow was found to have died from the neurogenerative disease, which humans can contract by eating meat from sick animals, in 2012, a number of countries suspended beef imports from Brazil as a precaution. The United States was not among them. Read more of this post

What Do Horses and Beavers Have in Common? They May Both Be in Your Burger

What Do Horses and Beavers Have in Common? They May Both Be in Your Burger

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A pair of studies find that meat purchased in grocery stores and online isn’t always what the labels indicate. Read more of this post

R-Calf to USDA: Keep FMD out of The USA

 

R-Calf to USDA: Keep FMD out of The USA, Made in USA Beef, Processed in USA Beef

Billings, MT – R-CALF USA’s two-day convention in Denver, Colo. was jumpstarted by Angus Mc McIntosh, Ph.D., who has served as an expert witness in nationally renowned private property rights lawsuits. Read more of this post

Beef Imports from FMD Infected Brazil & Argentina Approved

Beef Imports from FMD Infected Brazil & Argentina Approved

USDA Approval of Brazilian Beef Imports Coming Soon??

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Pork Producers Go To Washington To Stop Made in USA Labels

Country of Origin Labeling? Not if Big Pork has its way.

National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) sent more than 100 of America’s pork producers and economic leaders to Capitol Hill to meet with Members of Congress to discuss, among other things, the importance of repealing Country of Origin Labeling. Apparently, pork producers feel that they are at risk of suffering “WTO authorized retaliation. Read more of this post

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