Latest News From National Cattlemen's Beef Association

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.

The ‘Beagle Brigade’ Receives Industry-Wide Support in Protection of U.S. Agriculture

Canines serve as a valuable asset in protecting the U.S. agriculture industry, helping detect foreign animal diseases and other invasive species and pests from entering the border.

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.

Industry Needs Action, Despite ‘No Nothing Burger’ Hearings

Despite a “no nothing burger” Cattle Market Price Discovery and Transparency Act hearing, NCBA’s Don Schiefelbein joins “AgriTalk” to highlight his thoughts on where the industry needs to see action.

Tony Romo Spokesman For 'Beef. It's What's For Dinner.'

Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner., funded by the Beef Checkoff, announced a new partnership with celebrity athlete and former football star Tony Romo at the 2022 Cattle Industry Convention.

NCBA Adopts Policy To Support U.S. CattleTrace

The NCBA board of directors adopted a new policy, brought forward by seven state cattlemen's associations, in support of U.S. CattleTrace and its mission of advancing disease traceability in the U.S. cattle industry.

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.