Ranchers-cattlemen Action Legal Fund
The meatpacking industry has failed to block a federal law requiring food labels that tell consumers whether their meat came from the United States.
Montana ranchers may not be able to get a fair price for their cattle if changes aren’t made to the next farm bill, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester cautioned Wednesday.
The battle over how much American shoppers should know about their meat is heating up with pro-food-labeling groups passing their hats for legal fees.
The federal government wants to give consumers more information about where their meat comes from, but the U.S. meat industry is crying bull.
For farmers and consumer groups seeking dramatic changes in U.S. food politics, the next few weeks are crucial.
Looks like cowboys left their mark on U.S. animal identification policy.
With foodborne illnesses sickening 1 in 6 Americans every year, the U.S. Department of Agriculture says it will crack down on contaminated meat, although one Montana butcher is skeptical.
Progressive ranchers have a beef with President Barack Obama, who as a candidate promised to end unfair trade practices in the meat industry.
Federal plans to relocate a dangerous animal disease laboratory from an isolated island to the heart of cattle country is too risky for the nation’s beef industry, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont, warned Tuesday.
SHAWMUT — In the Musselshell River valley, where cattle outnumber people by staggering proportions, Gene and Jim Taber are mixing breakfast by the bucket load.
RAPID CITY, S.D. — R-CALF USA has accomplished a lot in its 11 years but still has plenty of work to do to achieve market fairness for independent cattle producers, according to Bill Bullard, chief executive officer of the advocacy group, which wrapped up its national convention Saturday in …