Tag: <span>COOL</span>

Joe For America: How America Lost Its COOL!

By The Cavalry Group on April 15, 2017 A trip to the produce and meat sections of your local grocery store will yield product labels from a dizzying number of foreign countries. Farm-raised Tilapia from China, shrimp from Taiwan, blue berries from Chile, lamb from New Zealand, strawberries from Mexico, wild-caught Halibut from Canada, and…


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York News-Times: NCBA, what’s the deal?

Kerry Hoffschneider Apr 11, 2017 It is important for the farming and ranching community as well as the general public to know about the efforts of the Organization for Competitive Markets (OCM) as they continue to move forward to uncover what is truly going on with the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s (NCBA) use of Beef…




Colorado Democrats Defeat Effort to Reinstate COOL

Denver, Colo. – Yesterday, the Democratic leadership of the Colorado General Assembly’s House Agriculture, Livestock & Natural Resources Committee, Chair Jeni James Arndt and Vice-chair Diane Mitsch Bush, led the defeat of a measure that would have informed Colorado consumers of the origins of beef they purchase for themselves and their families. In a 7…




KCA: R-Calf USA CEO, Bill Bullard, Speaks at KCA Regional Meeting in Corning, Kansas

Press Release Contact Tyler Dupy Telephone 785-238-1483 Cell 785-209-2584 Email cowsrus@kansascattlemen.com Website www.kansascattlemen.com March 28, 2017 Members of the Kansas Cattlemen’s Association (KCA) and others from the agriculture community came together in Corning, Kansas during a regional meeting on March 23, 2017. Tyler Dupy, KCA Executive Director, provided a presentation clarifying differences between KCA and…




OCM: Sen. Roberts Tells Trump to Forget COOL While Brazil’s Rotten Meat Scandal Widens Worldwide

March 24 Two of the world’s largest meat companies, Brazilian meatpackers JBS and BRF, have been exposed for exporting rotten beef and trying to cover it up with cancer-causing acid products. Bloomberg reports that “Brazilian prosecutors allege some sausages and cold cuts contained animal parts such as pig heads, that some meat products were adulterated…




New Food Economy: One of the biggest fights in food is about to become a civil war

by Joe Fassler | March 9th , 2017 How the bitter debate over a producer-funded organic “checkoff” program reveals a movement’s growing pains—and the fault lines of American agriculture The history of the organic movement has been marked by vigorous debate about the meaning of the word, which priorities matter most, and who gets to…




R-CALF USA and CPA Lobbying for COOL & Trade Reform

Hello All, I am in D.C. to meet with President Trump’s National Trade Council Director Peter Navarro and to lobby Congress on the need to reinstate COOL and rebuild our food supply chains with a new trade policy. R-CALF USA is doing this with the Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA). We helped develop the…




Finally R-CALF gets the opportunity to debate NCBA … over Tomi Lahren’s defense of ranchers

Tomi Lahren stands up for US ranchers against NCBA and multinational meat packers. NCBA responds to Tomi Lahren’s interview with R-CALF member Taylor Haynes. Bill Bullard presents the actual facts.




Cattle market crash: saving American family farms

By Candace Barnette Posted: Tue 4:53 PM, Nov 29, 2016 Updated: Tue 7:23 PM, Nov 29, 2016 KEMPER CO., Miss. (WTOK) – It’s a crisis for the American family farmer. “Rural America is slowly dying,” local cattleman Fred Stokes says. Stokes has seen, firsthand, the effects that big corporations have had on farms and ranches….




Will Trump decide that COOL is ‘best for America’?

By Dan Flynn | November 22, 2016 As a surrogate speaker this past August for then-candidate Donald J. Trump, former Ohio Republican Congressman Bob McEwen gave a fiery speech to a gathering of independent activist cattlemen from 18 states gathered at the Little America Hotel in Cheyenne, WY. He passionately argued for property rights and…