NCBA president Marty Smith, rancher and attorney from Wacahoota, Florida, joined AgriTalk on Wednesday to discuss the resolution from NCBA's Live Cattle Marketing Committee calling for a more robust cash
As the Senate nears a vote on the Great American Outdoors Act, NCBA and 48 other livestock and natural resource groups oppose the bill because it creates more than $14
State beef councils around the country are joining forces to invest state-controlled Beef Checkoff dollars in Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner. digital advertising campaigns.
Kansas farmer and cattle feeder Jerry Bohn says any changes or modifications to the cattle marketing arrangements "should be an industry-led solution, not a government-mandated solution.”
Beef promotion programs managed by NCBA have shifted in response to the coronavirus pandemic to reflect consumer concerns about their day-to-day health and the availability of delicious, safe, wholesome food
In response to the ongoing efforts to provide relief to Americans impacted by the COVID-19 crisis, NCBA Vice President of Government Affairs Ethan Lane issued the following statement.
There is little evidence to suggest that plant-based alternatives are anything more than a fad being driven by massive investments in advertising, outdated information and many false or misleading claims.