Tag: Business and Management
By Patti Wilson Contributing Editor Weather. It is a broad subject – too broad to write about even in general terms, and too personal to
By Larry Stalcup Contributing Editor Drought forced hundreds of Texas producers to truck breeding stock and other cattle to the sale barn last summer. Dry
By Larry Stalcup Contributing Editor There’ve been thousands of cattle deals made in Amarillo. The Ware family’s Amarillo National Bank (ANB) has financed many of
Weekly USMEF Audio Report: Halstrom Details Latest Red Meat Export Results, Including Another $1 Billion Month for Beef
U.S. beef exports again topped $1 billion in July and posted the fifth-largest volume on record, according to data released by USDA and compiled by
Weekly USMEF Audio Report: Seminar Educates Latin American Meat Processors on Attributes of U.S. Pork and Beef
The U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) recently hosted meat processors from across Latin America for a further processing seminar held at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Japan is one of the United States’ strongest trading partners for red meat, but continued COVID restrictions have limited the return of the foodservice sector
PREVENT DISEASE SPREAD U.S. CattleTrace Has the Prescription But Needs More Producer and Feeder Members
By Larry Stalcup Contributing Editor Cattle diseases can be catastrophic to the beef industry, so isolating infected cattle is critical. To benefit helpless herds, U.S.
Protesters this week shut down operations at the Port of Oakland over a new trucking regulation that would limit independent operators. The protesters are not only
By Betty Haynes Illinois Beef Association CALF News Copy Editor Larisa Willrett was recently featured as part of a women in ag story in the
The U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) Spring Conference wrapped up Friday in San Antonio, and USMEF President and CEO Dan Halstrom says one of the highlights