Higher-end middle meats are quite popular in Europe, but with the EU’s demanding import requirements, it is important to develop outlets for as much of the carcass as possible.
U.S. consumers are eating about as much beef as they likely will at a price that can maintain the current industry size. What's the next play?
Test-tube meat has been on the beef industry radar for a handful of years. But is it time to really start taking it seriously?
For the past 25 years, the National Beef Quality Audit has charted the path forward for producers. Here are the highlights of the latest audit.
Both domestically and internationally, top quality U.S. beef is commanding consumer attention. Certified Angus Beef year-end results bear this trend out.
The National Beef Quality Audit provides guidance for efforts to enhance beef quality. And good news, things are looking up.
Does increased beef demand add value to cattle? Yes, one expert believes. Plus a look at why using science to talk with consumers doesn’t work. That and more awaits you in this week’s Trending Headlines.
The National Beef Quality Assurance program has helped the industry make huge strides. But are we sharing the good news loud enough?
Is the DNA revolution pushing change faster than we can deal with it?