Temple Grandin is not an animal rights activist
Editor’s note: Stories of this ilk are included in the blog to inform those in our industry how agriculture is being presented to and perceived by the public.
One of the most shocking trends in the non-human animal rights movement is the overall support, even praise, given to slaughterhouse designer Temple Grandin. This attitude reflects the overwhelming prevalence of welfarist ideology which focuses our attention on reformed use rather than on ending use entirely.
Cattle Rancher Industry On Decline
Hundreds of cattle ranchers came together for the 53rd-annual Cattlemen’s Convention to discuss the issues threatening their industry.
The number of cattle ranchers in the U.S. declines on a yearly basis. With Mother Nature working against them, cattle ranchers are struggling with their production.
Test, indicators help judge quality of hay
Denton County is home to more than 26,000 horses and 60,000 cattle that consume approximately 130,000 tons of baled forage annually.
Japanese cattle breed finds a home in Kentucky
While Kentucky may be the largest beef-producing state east of the Mississippi, it may be a fair assessment to say that most folks have never heard of Wagyu cattle.
Your National Beef Checkoff Program: 25 Years and Counting
You might remember seeing the television commercials with actor James Garner touting beef as “Real Food for Real People” back in the late 1980s and early 1990s, or Robert Mitchum kicking off the "Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner" campaign in May of 1992.
Certified Organic? Sure! I think?
Does anyone raise truly Organic Livestock? Are you sure? How do you know? Are you certified through an Organic organization or the always trustworthy Government?
Dr. Ken McMillan
One producer wonders if it’s time to sell out, or go the other direction and hold onto replacement heifers.