- Optimism in the Canadian bison industryBison producers from across Canada are gathering in Regina for their annual convention. The executive director of the Canadian Bison Association, Carl Flis says this year's theme is Change, Challenge and Opportunity.
- US Beef Exports to JapanOMAHA (DTN) -- The Upper House of Japan's Diet, the country's national legislature, has approved a new beef tariff agreement with the U.S. that is expected to boost U.S. beef exports to the country.
- Less Intensively Managed Grasslands have Higher Plant Diversity and better Soil Health, Research Shows for First TimeResearchers have shown—for the first time—that less intensively managed British grazed grasslands have on average 50% more plant species and better soil health than intensively managed grassland. The new study could help farmers increase both biodiversity and soil health, including the amount of carbon in the soil of the British countryside.
- Local Study Highlights Connection Between Grassland Birds And Grazing LandIllinois by translating research into action plans that allow Illinois families, businesses, and community leaders to solve problems, make informed decisions, and adapt to changes and opportunities.
- Taking Canada's beef goals and message to the worldThe Canadian cattle sector was represented during the recent climate-focused COP27 meetings. This year, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change also placed a key focus and emphasis on agriculture and food systems. CCA’s Bob Lowe and Mitchell Zoratti participated in COP27 as official observers and as part of Canada’s official delegation and were […]