Sep 23, 2014
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Grazing the Net

RSS By: Greg Henderson and Friends, Beef Today

Our editors spend some time roaming the web looking for stuff cattle people and others in agriculture might find useful or entertaining. 

A Beef Boom Looms in China

Jun 06, 2013

Bloomberg reports on the FAO’s estimate of 7% annual growth in Chinese beef imports.

A Critical Day for the Farm Bill

This morning’s cloture vote will offer signals on whether the Senate ag committee has its act together.

Read Politico's report
Oklahoma Farm Report shares a letter to Sen. Harry Reid

Let’s Try Steak Like This

Chef Michael Mina has a dry cooking method for a porterhouse that makes our mouths water. We’ll give it a run today and let you know tomorrow what we think.

Purple Prose Watch: HumaneWatch vs. Mike Callicrate

HumaneWatch has a tendency to get a bit ad hominem every now and then.

Are the Obama Folk Dragging Their Feet on Horse Slaughter?

The Washington Post reports that the owners of the proposed Roswell horse plant say the administration is throwing up roadblocks they didn’t have for cattle harvest.


Chesapeake Bay Agreement

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation and EPA strike a deal that doesn’t much suit the environmental activists, the Washington Post says.

Animal Drug User Fee

NCBA says this little-followed bill is a good thing for Congress to have done.


This MSN writer doesn’t seem to much understand the implications of mandatory labeling, but he’s probably pretty typical of your average consumer. So we should probably listen up.

Quick-Hit Updates

OMG! The BLM Mustang Program Isn’t Well Managed!

Breaking news from the Denver Post

Immigration Reform: The Gang of 8-X

ABC News offers this update

Secretary Vilsack on the Importance of Preparing for Climate Change

He says we need to, according to the Des Moines Register

Anthrax Confirmed in North Dakota

The Bismarck Tribune is on the case



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