New Report Shows How To Grow Beef Demand

Jun 13, 2013


Source: Cattlemen's Beef Board news release

Price, food safety and product quality are the most important demand drivers on which the beef industry should focus to have the most compelling effects on beef demand in the long term. Other key drivers include health, nutrition, social aspects and sustainability.

USDA: Grant For Dairy and Beef Production

May 10, 2013

May 9, 2013. A USDA grant that should make a difference in dairy and beef production. More news and videos at:

I Am Angus: Nat'l Beef Month

May 06, 2013

May is National Beef Month, and we'll introduce a Montana family that raises angus to kick off the celebration

NCBA: Colin Woodall

Feb 14, 2013

NCBA's Collin Woodall addresses concerns of how budget cuts could potentially affect meat packing plants

Stocker Cattle

Feb 12, 2013

We take you to one of Tennessee's largest cattle farms

NCBA: Twin Girls

Feb 11, 2013

RURAL TV's Courtenay DeHoff caught up with two budding authors on agriculture

NCBA Preview

Feb 07, 2013

Courtenay DeHoff gives us a preview of NCBA

NCBA Cutting Horse

Feb 07, 2013

The National Cutting Horse Association joins cattle producers at NCBA this week

Grazing School

Feb 06, 2013

A Mississippi State University program is teaching cattle producers how to get the most out of their land all year long

Virginia Dairymen

Feb 01, 2013

Eric Paulson spoke with us about some of the issues being addressed in this week's VA Dairy and Cattle Convention.

Japan Beef Trade

Jan 31, 2013

Japan recently expanded its beef trade to include U.S. exports. Rob Bain tells us more.

Instagram: RURAL TV

Nov 01, 2012

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USDA Pegs 2012 Corn at 94 Million Acres

Feb 14, 2012

OMAHA (DTN) -- Farmers are expected to plant 94 million acres of corn this coming crop year, according to USDA's baseline estimates released Monday morning. That's near the low end; some private estimates put corn acreage as high as 96 million acres. USDA also maintained that corn would follow trendline yields and hit 164 bushels per acre in 2012.

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