McDonald’s is a major purchaser of beef, and as a result, can influence regulations and policies on topics such as nutrition and sustainability. With new changes to the menu, this rancher is questioning the fast food chain’s recent activity.
Who will take home the grand prize in our recent photo contest? Check out today’s blog to find out.
As clean meats gain momentum, the beef industry is urging USDA to require labels for these fake meat products.
Want to make the most of these dark, cold winter months? Get ahead in your business and tackle these six jobs before spring arrives.
Valentine’s Day may not be the most romantic when you’re a young ranching couple, but we’ll still find the time to remind one another why we care.
Choose your favorite photo from our finalists and be entered to win a Twisted X cap. Voting is open until noon on Feb. 15.
There’s still time to enter the BEEF & Twisted X photo contest! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your best “quiet moments on the ranch” photo to be eligible to win.
From Cenex to PETA, here are the best and worst commercials from Super Bowl 52.
Sometimes being a leader means taking a step back from the front and allowing the next generation to take charge. Here’s how this strategy could benefit your cattle enterprise.
BEEF and Twisted X want to see your best photos that capture your favorite quiet and peaceful moments on the ranch.