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Community Catalysts Help Cattle Feeders Share Their Stories

Published May 23, 2013 in Community

Demonstrating its continuing, strong commitment to America’s cattle industry, Merck Animal Health recently conducted a series of Responsible Beef Workshops to help empower cattle feeders to create and tell their story about responsible beef production.

The Responsible Beef initiative is designed to help members of the cattle industry demonstrate their vital role in delivering safe, wholesome beef products.

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Responsible Beef Production Conserves Our Natural Resources

Published Jun 06, 2013 in Land

As our world continues to grow, cattle feeders are faced with the challenge of feeding more people with fewer resources. By practicing responsible beef production, today’s cattle feeders are feeding a larger population – with the same amount of cattle as five decades ago – and managing to reduce their carbon footprint. See the infographic below for more information about how cattle feeders are improving our world, and producing safe and sustainable beef.

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Saving Owls and Agriculture

Published May 20, 2014 in Land

Paul Cameron, owner of Mesquite Cattle Feeders Inc., in Brawley, Calif., is helping save the owl population in his community.

 
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From the Ground Up

Published Oct 06, 2014 in Business

In 2001, several members of the Beef Marketing Group (BMG), a vertically aligned marketing arrangement between 19 feedyards in Kansas and Nebraska, were among those discussing the creation of the ethanol plant in Rice County, Kansas.

 

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Recycling Resources

Published Oct 13, 2014 in Land

At Foster Feed Yard, transparency is more than just a popular buzz-word, and Jesse Larios eagerly describes how the operation walks-the-walk. “The feedyard is a nutrient recycling enterprise,” Larios says. “Corn, wheat, alfalfa and sugar beets raised on Foster land are fed to the cattle to make protein for human consumption.”

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