Latest News From NCBA

NCBA Backs Food and Energy Security Act

NCBA supports the Food and Energy Security Act introduced by Sen. John Thune, R-SD. The bill would require federal regulators to disclose how proposed rules would impact food and energy prices.

Utah Ranch Honored with National Environmental Stewardship Award

JY Ferry & Son, Inc. in Corinne, Utah, is the 2021 Environmental Stewardship Award Program (ESAP) national winner. The award annually recognizes outstanding stewardship and conservation achievements of cattle producers.

Webinar Symposium to Discuss Small Tick Causing Big Problems for Cattle

NCBA and USDA will host a free two-day webinar symposium to address concerns regarding the Asian Longhorned Tick and the pest’s possible impact on the U.S. cattle industry.

NCBA Pleased to See Next Steps in Processing Capacity Funding

USDA announced the availability of up to $215 million in grants and resources as part of a continued effort to strengthen the meat and poultry processing sector and create a more resilient food supply chain.

NCBA Names 2022 Beef Quality Assurance Award Winners

The winners of the 2022 Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) Awards, sponsored by Cargill, were announced during the annual Cattle Industry Convention & NCBA Trade Show, held Feb. 1-3, 2022, in Houston.  

NCBA Demands Definitive Labels for Lab-Grown Meat

NCBA believes that the term "beef" should only be applicable to products derived from livestock raised by farmers and ranchers.

Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame Inductees Announced For 2022

Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame winners have been announced, with inductees and award winners honored during the 13th annual banquet prior to the 2022 Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA trade show in Houston in February.

NCBA Delivers Progress on Backend 150 Air-Mile Exemption for Livestock Haulers

NCBA spearheaded introduction of the larger HAULS Act in both the Senate and House, and worked to get the backend 150 air-mile exemption included in the Surface Transportation Investment Act.

Bohn, a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves, has been a part of the cattle industry his entire life.
Kansas Cattleman and Veteran Jerry Bohn Named NCBA President

Bohn, a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves, has been a part of the cattle industry his entire life.

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Livestock and Sportsmen Groups Enter Conservation Partnership

NCBA and the Public Lands Council signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Ducks Unlimited and Safari Club Int. to outline the groups’ shared commitment to conservation of natural resources through sustainable use.

NCBA Kicks Off Campaign to Generate Dietary Guidelines Comments

NCBA has launched a nationwide campaign to encourage cattlemen to submit public comments supporting beef’s role in updated dietary guidelines.