Trust In Beef partner discusses how technical support can help producers identify and assess areas for incremental improvement.
Lenexa, Kan., (Feb. 22, 2023) – Farm Journal’s Trust In Food™ is proud to welcome Jimmy Emmons as senior vice president of climate-smart programs. Emmons will lead Trust In Food’s Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities Connected Ag Project, America’s Conservation Ag Movement and Trust In Beef, coalition-driven conservation programs developed to accelerate the adoption of conservation […]
Texas Agricultural Land Trust Holds Conservation Easement, Protecting Texas’ Rural Heritage.
The future of American beef will rest on at least three pillars including emotionally powerful storytelling, data-driven insights and values-driven, diversified supply chains. That approach runs counter to traditional beef and agricultural marketing more generally, which has depended on attempting to educate the public on granular aspects of farm and ranch production, says Kent Harrison, […]
U.S. Roundtable for Sustainable Beef and Trust In Food sign letter of agreement to collaborate through Trust In Beef Program to empower beef producers. Lenexa, Kan., (Dec. 15, 2021) — The U.S. Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (USRSB) joins the Trust In BeefTM program as a Founding Partner and Technical Advisor. Trust In Beef is a new effort to empower beef producers to accelerate the adoption of […]
One of the most important components of creating change is the psychological concept of “classical conditioning” . Put simply, the idea behind conditioning is to understand a person’s unconscious response to a concept, this concept explains why we react the way we do – whether physically or emotionally – to the world around us. Ensuring that this unconscious […]
For Immediate Release: Farm Journal Launches Trust In Beef™ to Accelerate Beef Industry’s Sustainability Work
New program from Trust In Food and Drovers boosts beef industry outreach to consumers. Trust In BeefTM is a new effort to empower beef producers on their sustainability journey and provide consumers with real-life proof of the continuously improving environmental performance of American beef. The program is led by Farm Journal‘s social purpose initiative, Trust […]
Three major takeaways from NCBA’s 2021 cattlemen’s convention. Last week, the cattle industry gathered in Nashville for the annual NCBA Cattlemen’s Convention. The event draws thousands of cattle industry members from across the value chain – producer to retailer and every link in between – to discuss emerging trends in the industry as well as […]
There is no doubt that every organization across the entire food system is under increasing pressure to improve the environmental footprint of its supply chains – and for good reason. The beef supply chain is no different. Often hailed as one of the largest environmental villains, beef is arguably one of the supply chains under […]
Understanding the pillars that make beef production sustainable. No matter what it is in reference to, the word “sustainable” almost always comes with some baggage attached to it. It is a polarizing term, defined and perceived differently by each individual. Helping ranchers understand what is meant by the term is key in advancing work towards […]