Some food companies are scaling back on antibiotic usage in animals.

Tyson cuts antibiotics in chickens, are hogs next?

Apr 28, 2015
Eliminating routine antibiotic use is most challenging in cattle
Posted In: Tyson, chicken, USDA, antibiotics, pork, beef, hogs, cattle, superbugs
This burger is not made from beef, but rather plants, as Impossible Foods works to use specific proteins and nutrients from greens, salads and grains to make meats and cheeses.

Plant-based hamburger leaves 'blood' on the plate

Oct 15, 2014
Impossible Foods aims to make traditional animal products by using plants
Posted In: impossible foods, vegetarian, beef, fake meat

Chicken: The relatively cheaper meat

May 5, 2014
With beef and pork prices rising, many restaurants push chicken dishes.
Posted In: chicken, beef, pork
Fried chicken

As beef and pork prices rise, demand tastes like chicken

Apr 18, 2014
Why it's a great time to be a chicken farmer.
Posted In: pork, beef, chicken

America's game of chicken

Mar 26, 2014
For the first time in 100 years, Americans are eating more chicken than beef.
Posted In: chicken, beef

Beef prices surge as cold weather rolls in

Jan 8, 2014
A Missouri cattle farmer tells us why.
Posted In: beef, polar vortex

Despite higher beef prices, cattle ranchers don't see better sales

Jun 6, 2013
For cattle rancher Ken Lenox, the higher price of beef at the store isn't leading to bigger profits.
Posted In: cattle, beef, farming, commodities

As beef prices rise, that steak on your plate shrinks

Apr 1, 2013
Beef is not 'what's for dinner' as often as it used to be, as price per pound rises. So butchers and restaurants are selling smaller portions.
Posted In: Food, meat, beef

Mad cow disease found in California

Apr 25, 2012
For the first time in six years, a cow in the U.S. has tested for so-called mad cow disease. While officials say the dairy cow identified in California at no time entered the food supply, the price of cattle futures has moved sharply downward.
Posted In: beef, california, mad cow disease

One case of Mad Cow discovered in U.S.

Apr 25, 2012
Two big South Korean retailers have pulled American beef off their shelves after a dairy cow here in California was found to have mad cow disease or BSE. It's the first case in the U.S. since 2006.
Posted In: beef, mad cow disease