Chatting about the Checkoff
How to chat with fellow producers about the checkoff. Conversations about the Beef Checkoff are happening in our local and virtual communities, and farmers and ranchers need to be engaged. Click the link below for talking points, tips, and resources.
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend eating a variety of foods (from every food group) and yet Meatless Mondays suggest just the opposite: remove certain nutrient-rich foods from the diet, which is contradictory to our mission in helping Americans eat more healthfully.
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Beef Quality Assurance is a nationally coordinated, state implemented program that provides systematic information to U.S. beef producers and beef consumers of how common sense husbandry techniques can be coupled with accepted scientific knowledge to raise cattle under optimum management and environmental conditions. BQA guidelines are designed to make certain all beef consumers can take pride in what they purchase – and can trust and have confidence in the entire beef industry. You can find the link to the BQA website where you can get certified today for free by clicking here.
If you’re ready to make this one change to your diet, you can start by balancing your protein intake across your meals.
Indiana Team Beef has arrived! The Indiana Beef Council welcomes runners of all experience levels to join Indiana Team Beef!
Beyond the special memories around the table and the tasty delights we experience across a lifetime, the foods we eat provide our bodies with fuel to thrive and grow.
We know as you make food choices, that your decisions are more than just about taste, convenience and nutrition. We understand you value how that food is produced, who’s involved in producing it and what its greater impact is on our environment, our health, and the health and wellbeing of the animals we care for on the farm.
Welcome to the farm. Veal farmers are committed to the values that have guided American farmers for generations. Farmers know animals raised for food deserve the highest standards of care, and compassion. They are committed to ensuring consumer expectations are met for producing safe and wholesome food raised responsibly.
To ensure you're armed with knowledge to have the best eating experiencing with beef, the Beef Checkoff is here to provide some quick tips on how to safely handle and prepare beef when cooking at home
A few simple ingredients can take leftover Pot Roast to the next level. Traditionally known as Vaca Frita, sautéed beef with bell pepper, onion and lime juice, commonly served with rice and black beans. Delicious!